JACK THE RIPPER IN FACT AND FICTION

Author: Odell (Robin)
Year: 1966
Publisher: Mayflower-Dell
Edition Details: 1st p/b edn.
Book Condition: G++
Price: 10.00
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Paperback. In a well-documented study the author gives a careful, factual reconstruction of the Ripper's crimes and then describes each murder from the contemporary evidence. After this he makes a critical analysis of some of the better known theories put forward in books during the preceding years. Leonard Matters suggested that the Ripper was a fashionable West End doctor; William Stewart's killer was a midwife; and Donald McCormick identified the Ripper as Dr. Pedachenko. Illus. + Maps, Appendices, Bibliog. and Index. Includes additional material to the h/back. 239pp. mass market p/back. With the usual browned pp., creased covers G++

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