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Headline 1991 (hardcover)
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The Jack the Ripper A to Z
Begg, Paul, Martin Fido & Keith Skinner,
Headline, dist. by Trafalgar Square. Sept. 1991. 523p. photogs. index.
ISBN 0-7472-3676-3. pap. $15.95. CRIME

Casebook Review:

A must-have book for anyone carrying on a serious study of the case. Written in encyclopedic format, the A to Z has entries on victims, suspects, witnesses, police officials, and almost everyone else even marginally involved in the case. Not a book to be read cover to cover, but rather a reference guide to be used in conjunction with other sources. Highly recommended.


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