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Jack the Ripper, le Tueur de Femmes
Jack l'Eventreur, le Tueur de Femmes
(Jack the Ripper, the Woman Killer)
Jean Petithuguenin
Part of the Ethel King: Le Nick Carter Feminin series. 1912-1914. 32pp.

A popular French detective series in the early 20th century, "Ethel King: Le Nick Carter Feminin" included a story titled "Jack l'Eventreur, le Tueur de Femmes" sometime around 1912-1014. We're providing the full-text here for those who may be interested in reading the original.


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