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Sojourn
Oliver, Jana G.
: Dragon Moon Press. 2006.
369pp. [Fiction]
ISBN: 1896944302

Casebook Review:

Sojourn is a rare well-researched and entertaining tale of time travel, shapeshifters and murder. Set against the backdrop of Victorian England and the Whitechapel Murders, it deftly weaves science fiction, fantasy and historical fiction into a riveting plot. With intriguing characters, evocative settings and sufficient intrigue to place it in the “hard to put down” category, Sojourn is one of the best Ripper fictions on the market today.