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  • Book Reviews - Complete listing of all major non-fiction books ever written about the Ripper, along with reviews and cover illustrations. The major Ripper periodicals are reviewed here as well.

  • News from the Publishing World - The latest Ripper books soon to be released this year.

  • Casebook Bookstore - Do all your Ripper-related shopping here! All purchases made through this page on Amazon.Com and Amazon.co.uk help support Casebook: Jack the Ripper.

  • Ripperological Preservation Society - dedicated to unearthing and reprinting the earliest Ripper literature from 1888 to 1940. All reprints sold help to support Casebook: Jack the Ripper.

  • Ripper Documentaries - A listing of documentaries developed by A&E and The History Channel available for sale direct from the networks.

  • Audio Recordings - Musicals, stage shows and other assorted audio recordings on the subject of the Ripper.