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P & D Riley, 1997 (reprint)
Jack the Ripper; or, When London Walked in Terror
Edwin T. Woodhall
Mellifont Press, 1937
(Reprinted 1997, P&D Riley)

Casebook Review:

The original (1937) edition is desirable only as a collector's piece, as the book is filled with errors and misrepresentations. Readers would do best to search for the decidedly less expensive reprint edition (1997, pictured above), which is handsomely bound and provides an affordable insight into a very rare (and very odd) book.


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