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Exotica Fine Books, September 1993. Glendale, CA.
100 copies only. Booklet, illus. by Wanda Gag, 32pp.

Casebook Review:

This booklet was self-published in 1993 as a keepsake to commemorate the launch of Exotica Fine Books, a Glendale, California bookstore. Copies apparently were never for sale but were distributed at the store's launch party.

The text of this booklet was reprinted in the Journal of the Whitechapel Society (No. 5, December 2005). It is largely a review of Paul West's fictional book, and an overview of the Royal Conspiracy and William Gull theories.

Only serious collectors would have an interest in this item.