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Jack the Ripper: A New Theory
William Stewart
Quality Press, London, 1939.
William Saunders, Toronto, Canada, 1939.

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One of the earliest and most rare Ripper titles. Stewart elaborated on Conan Doyle's theory, that the murderer was a midwife. Very difficult to find and quite collectable.


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