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Countryside Publications (softcover)
Will the Real Jack the Ripper
Arthur Douglas
Countryside Publications Ltd., 1979

Casebook Review:

A short and sweet publication with very little to set it apart from any of a dozen other books. It champions no specific theory but tries to provide a basic overview of the case. For the time in which it was written, however, the text is practically faultless. Recommended.