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Ripperologist No. 81: July 2007


Features


The Lodger Checks Out
Adam Wood uses his Editorial to say his goodbyes.

Mrs Kuerís Lodger
Gavin Bromley on Batty Street and the residents of number 22.

PC225H Reports
Adam Wood and Keith Skinner turn the pages of the Whitechapel copperís notebook for the last time in Part III: 1892-1898.

The Victorian Larder
Jane Coram impresses us with her buns in Bakerís Dozen.



Regulars


Press Trawl
Chris Scott returns with more from the news from the 19th century.



News and Views


I Beg to Report
From the 2008 US Convention to Lego Jack, if it happened, youíll find it here.



Books


On the Crimebeat
Wilf Gregg reviews the latest additions to the True Crime bookshelf.



We would like to acknowledge the valuable assistance given by the following people in the production of this issue of Ripperologist: Maggie Bird, Rob Hills, Jennifer Pegg, and Keith Skinner. Thank you!

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