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Self published 1997 (cardstock)
Ross Strachan
Jack the Ripper: A Collector's Guide to the Many Books Published
First ed., Nov. 1996 -- Revised and Updated, May 1997
Booklet, spiral binding, cardstock dividers. Approx. 45 pages.

Casebook Review:

Strachan's comprehensive list of Ripper-related books is to be commended. Collectors would be well-advised to find a copy of this, though casual readers would probably find little of interest in this item.


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