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Ten Bells 1997 (hardcover)
The Jack the Ripper Whitechapel Murders
Kevin O'Donnell, Andy & Sue Parlour
Ten Bells Publishing, 1997.
248 pgs, illus. ISBN 0 9531269 00

Casebook Review:

Andy Parlour is distantly related to murder victim Polly Nichols, and has taken it upon himself and his wife to discover the true identity of Jack the Ripper. The result is a book which, while altogether unconvincing in its conclusion, has made some significant discoveries (including a reference suggesting that the name 'Jack the Ripper' was used before the publication of the 'Dear Boss' letter). Recommended for serious students of the case.


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