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Gemini Press 1996 (paperback)
Richard Wallace.
Jack the Ripper: "Light-hearted Friend."
Gemini Press. 1996. 293p. illustrations. index. ISBN 0-9627195-6-0. paperback. $13.

Casebook Review:

Just when you thought you've heard it all... Wallace tries to prove that "Alice in Wonderland" author Lewis Carroll was Jack the Ripper. He tries to do this by making anagrams from Carroll's writings which he believes are clues toward his true identity. Its actually quite an amusing book, though I find it hard to believe that even Wallace takes it seriously.


Related pages:
  Lewis Carroll
       Dissertations: Jack Through the Looking-Glass (or Wallace in Wonderland) 
       Message Boards: Lewis Carroll 
       Ripper Media: Jack the Ripper: A Suspect Guide - Charles Lutwidge Dodgs... 
       Suspects: Lewis Carroll