One of my recent adventures is presenting a talk on fiction devoted to Jack the Ripper. Since I write in the late Victorian world, Jack is a sinister backdrop to my stories. Though there are countless Ripperologists out there still trying to suss out Jack, I was more interested in how authors view him/her. So I started reading. And reading. Last October I had the opportunity to present my Once Upon a Dark Alley: A Tale of Ripper Fiction at the Whitechapel Society meeting in London. It went very well. For that crowd I didn't need to do a recap of the crimes. They knew more about Jack than I will ever learn. However, tomorrow I'm presenting at the Fayette Co. Library (Fayetteville, GA) so I'm having to add in an overview of the killings.