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P & D Riley 1996 (softcover)
An Illustrated Guide to Jack the Ripper
Peter Fisher, P & D Riley Publishers: 1996
96pp A4 format
Hardcover 14.95 ISBN: 1 874712 26 3
Paperback 9.95 ISBN: 1 874712 27 1

Casebook Review:

The book is worthwhile only for the pictures found inside, and even some of those are of very poor quality. The text contains numerous errors, and Fisher's conclusions as to the identity of the Ripper are quite unsubstantiated. Recommended for collectors only.


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