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The Jack the Ripper A to Z
     

The Jack the Ripper A to Z

by Paul Begg, Martin Fido, Keith Skinner
 

This encyclopedic format and describes all the theories about Jack the Ripper, including those surrounding the suspect Joseph Barnett, the story of the "Ripper diaries," and the theory of "The Lodger.” It also details the policemen, politicians and bystanders caught up in the case.

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This encyclopedic format and describes all the theories about Jack the Ripper, including those surrounding the suspect Joseph Barnett, the story of the "Ripper diaries," and the theory of "The Lodger.” It also details the policemen, politicians and bystanders caught up in the case.

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Library Journal - Library Journal
Though the subject is rather gruesome, this is nonetheless a remarkable reference book. Authors Begg, Martin Fido, and Keith Skinner offer a detailed listing of everything having to do with the Whitechapel killings of 1888. This second edition of the original (LJ 9/15/92) has been updated to include a new suspect, American Francis Tumblety, and even Ripper-related World Wide Web pages, e.g., . This also includes numerous photographs, some of which are new.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780747236764
Publisher:
Headline Book Publishing, Limited
Publication date:
08/01/1992
Pages:
320

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