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The Little Book of Jack the Ripper
The Little Book of Jack the Ripper

The Little Book of Jack the Ripper

Little Book Of

TRUE CRIME

128 Pages, 6 x 9

Formats: EPUB, Mobipocket

EPUB, $9.99 (US $9.99) (CA $12.99)

Publication Date: September 2014

ISBN 9780750958905

Rights: US & CA

The History Press (Sep 2014)

eBook

eBook Editions Available

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Not yet published. Ships 9/1/2014.
 

Overview

London's premier society for the study of Jack the Ripper presents a compact guide to the most famous case of them allThe Jack the Ripper mystery is recognized as being the greatest "whodunnit" the world has ever seen. Conjuring up images of swirling fog, top hats, and dark alleys, it is easy to see why this fascinating tale still continues to capture the imagination. This little book is crammed full of hundreds of true facts and anecdotes about this most enduring of mysteries—a book which you can dip in and out of during the twilight hours, if you're brave enough. Compiled by the Whitechapel Society, and drawing on their incredible archives, it will delight true-crime enthusiasts everywhere.

Reviews

". . . a worthy addition to any true-crime or Ripper collection."  –The Writer's Journey

Author Biography

The Whitechapel Society is London's premier society for the study of Jack the Ripper and related Victorian/Edwardian social history. It is a worldwide society, hosting talks, presentations, and guided walks throughout the year. Their magazine, The Whitechapel Journal, is the largest subscription print magazine in the field of Ripperology.