A Grim Almanac of Jack the Ripper's London 1870-1900 is a day-by-day catalogue of 365 ghastly tales from London city. Full of dreadful deeds, macabre deaths, strange occurrences and heinous homicides, this almanac explores the darker side of the capital's past.
Neil Storey is one of East Anglia's foremost historians and has written extensively for Sutton. His books include several IOPs, most recently The North Norfolk Coast IOP (2001), and Flood Alert! Norfolk 1953 (2003), A Grim Almanac of Norfolk, A Grim Almanac of Suffolk. He appears regularly on local radio.