Title: The Complete Jack The Ripper A – Z
Author: Paul Begg, Martin Fido, Keith Skinner
Description: Collects alphabetically the people, places, and theories connected to the lingering mystery of Jack the Ripper; presents newly discovered information; and evaluates conflicting theories.
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Title: Jack The Ripper Encyclopedia
Author: J. Eddleston
Description: The gruesome, unsolved murders by the first media-sensationalised serial killer, Jack the Ripper, continue to fascinate us after more than a hundred years. John Eddleston re-checks, re-examines and re-evaluates the facts, conjectures, newspaper accounts, eyewitness reports and official pronouncements.
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Title: Jack The Ripper and The Case for Scotland Yards Prime Suspect.
Author: Robert House
Description: An investigation into the man Scotland Yard thought (but couldn’t prove) was Jack the Ripper Dozens of theories have attempted to resolve the mystery of the identity of Jack the Ripper, the world’s most famous serial killer. Ripperologist Robert House contends that we may have known the answer all along.
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Title: Jack The Ripper a 21st Century Investigation
Author: Trevor Marriot
Description: There have been countless attempts to solve the brutal murders committed more than 100 years ago by Jack the Ripper, but this most famous of British criminal cases finally benefits from a clear, professional eye to analyze the evidence with all the benefits of modern investigative
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Title: The Diary of Jack The Ripper
Author: Shirley Harrison
Description: The writer of the horrific journal is James Maybrick, a depraved drug-taking, womanising 49-year-old Liverpool cotton merchant with a history of domestic violence. In this bestselling analysis of his diary, investigative author Shirley Harrison explains all about the origins of the text, the rigorous scientific analysis it has endured and reveals startling new information about Maybrick’s shadowy background. All this, combined with a chilling confession scratched into a watch, ‘I am Jack. J Maybrick,’ provide powerful justification that Maybrick was Jack the Ripper. The diary itself is reproduced in full, so that you too can judge whether these are the deeply disturbing words of Jack the Ripper himself, reaching out from across the abyss of more than a century.
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