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hc/ first edition 1975
Michaelmas Girls, The
Barry, John Brooks
London: Andre Deutsch. 1975.
262pp. [Fiction]
ISBN: 0233965904

Casebook Review:

Not too bad a fictional account of the killings; a tale based on a fictional diary written by a Toynbee Hall volunteer, and offering the Ripper as a team, not unlike "Manson and his disciples."