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Eduardo Zinna
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The November issue of Ripperologist (No. 50) will soon be available. And it will be a milestone: contributors include Anne Perry on why we remember Jack the Ripper, Kim Newman on Jack the Ripper on DVD, Donald Rumbelow on 'Rumbiliana', L Perry Curtis on the Irish Connection, Shirley Harrison on the Diary, Stepan Poberowski on Nikolay Vassiliev, Birgitta Leufstadius and Ted Nye on Elizabeth Stride and many others. Do not miss it! You also get Wilf Gregg on crime, Christopher-Michael DiGrazia's Last Word, news, reviews and even a cartoon.

Get your copy for 4, US$ 10 or Euros 6 - or, better still, subscribe!

The cost of an annual subscription is 24, US$ 60 or Euros 36 for six issues, inclusive of postage.

Contact Coral Kelly, Subscriptions Manager, 170 Eswyn Road, Tooting, London SW17 8TN, United Kingdom, or

Don't forget to visit Ripperologist's website:, for sample articles, general information, and much more.

Posted on Ripperologist's behalf.
Eduardo Zinna,
European Editor

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