Perry Publishing, 2007. Softcover. 193pp.
Illustration, bibliography, index.
Leanne Perry's long-awaited study on Joseph Barnett offers a tidy summation of previous pro-Barnett theories as well as a number of new observations drawn in part from debates that have taken place on the Casebook forums over the past several years. Those with an abiding interest in the Barnett-as-Ripper theories will no doubt find this to be an interesting read. Those who are still fairly new to the case, on the other hand, may find some sections difficult to follow, as they are devoted to particular minutiae of the case which simply can not be put into proper context within a short book like this. Features an introduction by fellow Barnettist Shannon Christopher (author of the non-fiction Ripper book, Unfortunates) as well as illustrations by Jane Coram.