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Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
Andrew Firth: Ripperland
August 18th, 2017
Duration: 00:50:00

Rippercast welcomes photographer and graphic designer Andrew Firth to the show to discuss his new book 'Ripperland'. Andrew has spent the last several years lending his artistic talent to publications such as the Whitechapel Society Journal and Casebook: Classic Crime as well as producing the advertising graphics, delegate packs and books for numerous conferences and London Jobs.

His previous publications are 'Past Traces' and 'Fragments of the East End'.

'Ripperland' has just been published by Mango Books.

http://www.mangobooks.co.uk/book.php?b=24

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