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Self published 1999 (cardstock)
Neal Shelden
Jack the Ripper and His Victims: Research Into the Victims of the Infamous Victorian Murderer
Self published. December 1999. 50p. photos. bibliog. index.
ISBN 0 9537691 0 0 - 10.00

Casebook Review:

Hardly an aesthetic masterpiece, Shelden's book is nevertheless highly recommended to the serious student of the case. His biographies on the five canonical victims are succinct and contain a great deal of new information.


Related pages:
  Neal Shelden
       Dissertations: A Talk With Neal Shelden 
       Message Boards: Annie Chapman, Jack the Ripper Victim: A Short Biography 
       Ripper Media: Annie Chapman, Jack the Ripper Victim: A Short Biography 
       Ripper Media: Catherine Eddowes: Jack the Ripper Victim