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dust jacket of UK hardcover first
By Flower and Dean Street & The Love Apple
Chaplin, Patrice
UK: Duckworth. 1976.
70pp. [Fiction]
ISBN: 0715611135

Casebook Review:

An interesting pair of novellas. The first is the Ripper story we are concerned with, and it is well worth the read. It makes one wish Ms Chaplin had extended her story into a full length novel.