THE COMPLETE HISTORY OF JACK THE RIPPER

Author: Sugden (Philip)
Year: 1998
Publisher: Robinson
Edition Details: Revised P/back Edn.
Book Condition: Vg.
ISBN: 9781854874160
Price: 5.00
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Softcover. Revised Edn. A meticulously researched and authoritative book with new data (at the time) which includes a sighting of the murderer's assault bearing all his hallmarks. Contemporary suspects are scrutinised, amongst them are Puckridge, the altogether forgotten Beneluis and the fascinating Ostrog. The author challenges the drift of Ripper studies since 1959 and makes his own plausbile revelations, by establishing the American connection. Illus. + Map, Addendum to the Second Edition, Sources, Notes and Index. 541pp. trade size softcover. The author was a contributor to the Grey House Books publication 'Who Was Jack the Ripper? A Collection of Present-Day Theories and Observations'. A recommended book for anyone at the embryonic stage of their research into the unsolved Whitechapel murders. Vg.

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