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dust jacket of first edition
Nine Buck's Row
Huff, T.E.
New York: Hawthorn. 1973.
246pp. [Fiction]
ISBN:

Casebook Review:

From the cover: "A Gothic Romance of Victorian England based on the Legend of Jack the Ripper." LOOSELY based, I might add. Aunt marietta is the latest victim and niece Susannah is all alone in the world, except for her handsome cousin, Nicholas....who MAY be Jack the Ripper. Oh, yes?