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Spehner, Norbert.
"Les Fils de Jack l'Eventreur"
Nuit Blanche, 1995.

Casebook Review:

A commendable work covering some of the literature written on Jack the Ripper and other cases. Unfortunately for most, the book is written completely in French, and therefore inpenetrable to many in the field.


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