What if I told you that Jack the Ripper is a supernatural predator whose murder spree spans centuries?
Now that devil has come to Austin, and every woman in my city is in mortal peril. I’m Harmon Waite, a homegrown private investigator, and I’ve been hired to stop The Ripper, but all I manage to do is piss off that devil. As I go from hunter to hunted, I have a single chance to survive the night.
Of course, that’s when the fallen angel shows up.
“5 out of 5 stars! A true classic is born. This will be a movie one day!” —Tank
Targeted Age Group:: 18-85
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I like to tie several ideas together to make a good story, but the initial idea for “Waite on the Ripper” came from an article in the Austin American Statesman written back in 1888. That article claimed Austin’s Servant Girl Annihilator murders, which happened a few years before the Whitechapel killings, were actually Jack the Ripper’s doing. I read that a decade before I wrote the book, and I always thought it would make a good story.