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Ripperana
N.P. Warren, Editor
Ripperana: The True Crime Mystery Magazine
Quarterly, approx. 32 pp per issue. Illustrated.
First published: 1992.

Casebook Review:

The first true Ripper magazine to hit the market, Ripperana was long considered the #1 Ripper publication. Today, however, that title may perhaps best be given to Ripperologist or Ripper Notes. Ripperana over the past several years has grown a bit stale, with relatively little Ripper content. At least 60-75% of every issue deals in non-Ripper related true crime.

Back-issues from 1992 through 1999 are still worth acquiring and reading, as they contain innumerable worthy articles not found anywhere else.

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Subscriptions cost £6 UK (domestic)/ £10 UK (overseas) / $15 US (overseas) per annum.

Please make payment by U.K./U.S. currency, or by a U.K. check (drawn on a U.K. bank) made out to N.P. Warren, and send to:

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Middlesex
HA5 5RY England


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