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Summersdale 1998 (hardcover)
The Many Faces of Jack the Ripper.
Trow, M.J.
Summersdale, dist. by Seven Hills. Jun. 1998.
c.192p. bibliog. index. photos. ISBN 1-84024-016-4. $25.95.

Casebook Review:

A coffee-table style book with a daring cover and many new images. The text provides an overview of all victims and many suspects. Recommended to readers of all levels.


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