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Sterling 1987 (paperback)
Peter Underwood
Jack the Ripper: One Hundred Years of Mystery
Sterling Publishing Company. 1987. 181p. photos. bibliography. index.
ISBN 0-7137-1954-0. $19.95.

Casebook Review:

Another centennial book, interesting only because of the interviews held therein with authors such as Richard Whittington-Egan and others. Underwood's analysis of the Ripper murders is flawed and many canards are repeated. It has been suggested that this book in particular may have been used by the forgers of the Maybrick Diary.


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