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Reprint 1999
Reprint 1999
Famous Crimes Past and Present: Jack the Ripper
Harold Furniss
Caxton House, n.d. (early 1900s)
Reprinted 1999 (first volume only)
Reprinted 2007 (all four volumes) 48pp., illus.

Casebook Review:

Good contemporary overview of the Tabram and Nichols murders, handsomely illustrated. The first volume was reprinted in 1999 by Dave Froggatt, along with color illustration on title-page. All four volumes were reprinted in a spectacular production by Thomas Schachner in 2007. Each page was reproduced in full-color so that holding the reprint truly feels as though you are thumbing through an original. If you can, get your hands on a copy of the 2007 reprint (unfortunately limited to only 50 copies).