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Dorset 1988 (hardcover)
Ward Lock 1987 (hardcover)
Terence Sharkey
Jack the Ripper: 100 Years of Investigation.
Ward Lock Limited. 1987.144p. photos. bibliog. index.
ISBN 0-7063-6596-8. $24.95.

Casebook Review:

A small production with some errors, there just isn't a lot to say about this book. Not recommended as a starter book for someone new to the case, but worth a read for people with some background.