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Jack the Ripper in New York; Or, Piping a Terrible Mystery (1891)
Jack the Ripper in New York; Or, Piping a Terrible Mystery
W.B. Lawson
Street and Smith, 1891. 32pp. Dime novel.
Part of the Old Cap Collier series.

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