The Jack the Ripper A to Z


Author: Martin Fido

Compiled in encyclopedic format by three of the world’s leading experts on the subject, this new edition of The Jack the Ripper A-Z is completely revised and updated to reveal all the latest research. Giving fresh and unbiased accounts of all the many theories as to the Ripper’s identity, it includes: , The latest on Dr. Tumblety, the subject of the ‘Littlechild letter,’….Read More

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