Since my junior high days, I have been a big fan of Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine. So I cannot tell you how thrilled I am to be a guest on their podcast and to let you know that Alfred Hitchcock is airing my story, “The Wolf and Lamb.”
It’s a sort of coming-of-age tale about a young woman who finds herself face to face with Jack the Ripper on the streets of London in 1888. It’s thought-provoking and full of suspense.
More than one way to enjoy the story
Jennet, a sheltered pastor’s daughter, holds his hand as he passes from this world into the next. Orphaned and homeless, she goes to work in her uncle’s Whitechapel pub in London, 1888.
Where an evil presence stalks the cobbled streets, a depraved soul known as Jack the Ripper. As Jennet pours the ale and wipes the tables at The Wolf & Lamb, her suspicion that The Ripper is among the regulars strengthens with each passing day.
But will her innocence be enough to save her when The Ripper chooses his next victim?
Drop into The Wolf & Lamb for a suspense-packed glimpse into one of history’s most notorious unsolved mysteries.
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