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dust jacket of signed, numbered limited edition of 200
Ripper of Storyville & Other Ben Snow Tales, The
Hoch, Edward D.
Norfolk, VA: Crippen & Landru. 1997.
212pp. [Fiction]
ISBN: 1885941188

Casebook Review:

Hoch is a master of ghost tales and historical detection; there is one story in this collection which pertains to the Ripper, and he is not our Jack. The story is chilling, however, and the collection is worth the read...for the sheer fun of it.