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Ripperology: The Best of Ripperologist Magazine
Paul Begg (Editor)
Barnes and Noble, 2007.
Hardcover. 247pp.

Casebook Review:

A collection of 27 essays from the first twelve years of Ripperologist magazine, loosely organized in seven chapters: Victims, Suspects, Police, People, Authors and Commentators, Comment and Analysis. An excellent chance for non-subscribrs to catch up on some of the best writing offered over the years. The book is a bit "no-frills" in the sense that there are no images, no index and no foreword or introduction, but considering the staggeringly low price its going for ($7.00US for a hardcover 1st edition) I think you'll be hard-pressed to find a reader who doesn't think they got thier money's worth. Recommended.


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