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cover of trade paperback first edition
Foggy Night Murders
Harris, Don R.
Titusville, FL: Four Seasons. 1998.
239pp. [Fiction]
ISBN: 0965681149

Casebook Review:

Altogether, not too bad an effort for Mr Harris. Unfortunately, the author plays fast and loose with the known facts of the Ripper case, and interjects a couple of extra victims to make his story cohesive. Our hero is considered a suspect and must clear his name, thus revealing the real Ripper!