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cover of paperback first
Ripper, The
Dobson, William
New York: Signet. 1981.
187pp. [Fiction]
ISBN: 0451112059

Casebook Review:

One more modern killer who thinks he's the Ripper. Story is average and fairly predictable, with expected twists and loving descriptions of gory death scenes.