JACK THE RIPPER What really happened to him Victorian London and in a very short time, the inhabitants of the slums of Whitechapel will find that they have a bigger worry than the usual deprivation, disease and crime. There's a killer in town but t just any killer, he likes tearing his victims apart, feeling their terror as well as their entrails! Jack The Ripper is his adopted nickname and he certainly lives up to it! The part of the Wolf Society that inhabits these streets and the ones in close proximity to Whitechapel are also concerned. If the murderer is t captured shortly, he'll draw attention of the unwanted kind, the kind that may dig deeper than the Wolves would like - deeper than they can afford. If the Hume Police Force should find evidence of Werewolf activity, Wolves will find themselves the hunted once again. Chased from England's shores as they were once before. Chased or eradicated. Hazel must decide whether her Sentinels should find the murderer or allow the Police to find him - but if her suspicions are correct that he is a Throwback and the Police do find him first, then the Werewolf society will be hunted and eradicated anyway!