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Andy Aliffe 1996 (reprint)
The Whitechapel Murders: Or, the Mysteries of the East End
Anonymous
Purkess, London. 1888
(Re-printed, 1996) 48 pgs, illus.

Casebook Review:

Standard newspaper fare published before the murder of Mary Jane Kelly in October, 1888. The reprint edition (pictured above) was publised by Andy Aliffe and is a commendable achievement. While the original text may not provide much in the way of fact, the preservation of these early works is an activity that must be continued. Recommended for collectors and those interested in the history of the study.