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Privately published, 1999 (cardstock)
B.A. Rogers
Reflections on the Ripper: Four Accounts of the Whitechapel Murders
Private published, 1999. 48pp.

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A self-published work. Rogers includes Ripper-related excerpts from Scoundrels and Scallywags (And Some Honest Men) (Tom Divall, 1929), Lost London: The Memoirs of an East End Detective (Ex-Det. Sergeant B. Leeson, 1934), The Fiend of East London: Jack the Ripper (F.A. Beaumont, in The Fifty Most Amazing Crimes of the Last 100 Years, 1936) and Can This Be Truth? (William Boyle Hill, in A New Earth and a New Heaven, 1936). Rogers includes an original introduction to the piece and maintains several original illustrations.


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