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Fleuve Noir 1992 (paperback)
Jack l'Eventreur
Stephane Bourgoin
Fleuve Noir: Paris, 1992. 220p.

Casebook Review:

A strong overview of the murders in French, with no particular theory as to the identity of the killer. Strongly recommended for French readers.


Related pages:
  Stephane Bourgoin
       Ripper Media: Le Livre Rouge de Jack l´Eventreur