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Nantier-Beall Minoustchine 1995 (hardcover)
Jack the Ripper: A Treasury of Victorian Murder
Rick Geary
Nantier-Beall-Minoustchine, NY. 1995

Casebook Review:

A fun little book, treasured more for its illustrations than for its historical content. The story of the murders is told through a comic-strip layout. Recommended for collectors and those interested in comics.


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