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Ripperological Preservation Society 1998
The First Fifty Years of Jack the Ripper
Stephen P Ryder (Ed.)
Ripperological Preservation Society, 1998.

Casebook Review:

These compendium volumes include extracts from the memoirs of police officials, journalists and many others who wrote of the Ripper murders between 1888 and 1938. Short introductions are provided for each piece. Available for purchase through the Ripperological Preservation Society.