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Carroll & Graf 1995 (paperback)
Carroll & Graf 2002 (paperback)
The Complete History of Jack the Ripper
Philip Sugden
Carroll & Graf. 1994. 532 pages.
ISBN 0-7867-0124-2. photographs. index., bib.

Casebook Review:

This is certainly the most heralded book ever written on Ripper murders. Sugden's historical method provides a welcome relief from the usual amateur theories. Consider this required reading for anyone interested in the case. Highly recommended.


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