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Memorias Intimas de Sherlock Holmes
Memorias Intimas de Sherlock Holmes
Barcelona, ca. 1913(?). Chapter "Jack, el Destripador"

A popular detective series in the early 20th century, "The Intimate Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes" included a story titled "Jack the Ripper" sometime around 1913. We're providing the full-text here for those who may be interested in reading the original, and we'd love to hear from anyone who might be able to offer more details about the people and plots involved in the book.


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