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Cappalla Archive 1999 (hardcover)
Jean Dorsenne
Jack l'Eventreur: Scènes Vécues
Les Editions de France, 1935.
[Reprint] Cappella Archive, 1999.

Casebook Review:

Originally published in 1935, "Jack l'Eventreur" is considered one of the scarcest Ripper volumes on the market. Fortunately, Molly Whittington-Egan has published an English translation of the original, recently released by Cappella Publishers in the UK. The reprint is handsomely bound in hardcover, with a laminated dustjacket and ribbon bookmark. The translation itself is seamlessly crafted and a pleasure to read. The text is a mix of fiction and fact, providing a wonderful insight into the public's ideas on the murders only fifty years after they took place.