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dust jacket of hardcover first
Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder, The
Borowitz, Albert
New York: St Martin's. 1986.
228pp. [Fiction]
ISBN: 031243944X

Casebook Review:

Fun read, with not too much exercise of the little grey cells. A contemporary piece in which a murder may not be, but the witness convinces Scotland yard that it was.