Time Has Past – Graeme Taylor
“Fantastic book!!! Very much a page turner! Could NOT put it down.” – Amazon Customer
“An excellent 1st novel for Graeme Taylor.” – Irene Richardson
There have been many books written about Jack the Ripper, both fictional and ones based on fact. This book takes on the story with an unusual twist. It involves a man who stumbles onto a portal, a gateway to the past.
How does he react to such a situation, and how involved will he let himself get?
Would that involvement change history and distort the timeline?
Such was Peter Haines’ dilemma. He was a retired Army Sergeant; his life was uneventful until the day he fell into a world he could never have imagined. A world that became an obsession. He found himself in a grim era of English history, a sordid past shrouded in murder and terrible atrocities; it was a world he could not dismiss.
The year was 1888 in London’s Victorian past. It was the time and place where the Ripper carried out his horrendous deeds. It led Peter into a series of circumstances beyond his control, circumstances impossible to imagine. It turned into a nightmare.
Like a lot of people, Graeme Taylor always wanted to write a novel and eventually, when he was in his fifties, he made it happen.
Graeme is not entirely sure where he got the idea to write a fictional story based on historical events, it just seemed to pop into his head.
Although he undertook quite a lot of research for his novel, he found this less problematic than he had imagined due to the easily accessible information on the internet.
“I would recommend this book to anyone that has even a slightest interest in the Ripper Murders . A story with a great twist on this dark era in Whitechapel.” – luigi123