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Greenhaven 1990 (hardcover)
Jack the Ripper: Opposing Viewpoints
Katie Colby-Newton
Greenhaven, 1990.
96pgs, index, bib., illus.
Hardcover.

Casebook Review:


A better-than-average overview of the murders, sometimes mistakenly labeled as a "children's book". Recommended as an introductory look at the murders.




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  Childrens Books
       Ripper Media: Mystery Library: Jack the Ripper