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Parkstone Press, 2004 (hardcover)
From Jack the Ripper to Oscar Wilde : End of Victorias Reign
Leek, Peter
U.K.: Parkston Press. 2004.
220pp. Illustrated, Bibliography, Index. [Partial Ripper Content]
ISBN: 1859957536

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