Jack the Ripper: "Light-hearted Friend" is the unexpected sequel to The Agony of Lewis Carroll. It presents the case that the famed author of children's nonsense who spent a lifetime hiding self disclosure and Victorian smut in his children s' books, finally exploded and turned to the murder and mutilation of women as his final assault on his parents and the society that had betrayed him.
Two years after publishing Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Lewis Carroll told a child friend that the book was about malice. What he didn't tell her was that he had filled the book with self disclosure and Victorian smut hidden in the nonsense. This book is about what he did and why, and it demonstrates just how far all his nonsense works are from being just children's books.