Jack the Ripper Document Pack

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9781903365397: Jack the Ripper Document Pack

Between the months of August and November 1888 six prostitues were found murdered in London's East End. The killer, who became known as 'Jack the Ripper', was never found, and the story remains an enduring source of fascination over a hundred years on. This pack tells the story through facsimiles of key documents from the Metropolitan Police and Home Office files held at the National Archives. An illustrated introduction by two of the world's leading experts on the case provides a full explanation of the documents and sets them in their historical context.

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Keith Skinner is co-author of many successful books including The Official Encyclopedia of Scotland Yard (1999), The Jack the Ripper A-Z (1991) and Jack the Ripper: Letters from Hell (2001). He lives in Middlesex, England.

Stewart P Evans is a retired police office and co-author of The Lodger: The Arrest and Escape of Jack the Ripper.

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Book Description Public Records Office, 2002. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. A collection of reproduced documents from the trial and police cases involving the notorious Victorian criminal; All documents are present and in good condition along with a guide book explaining each document and the history of the cases and those involved; Comes in a red card booklet which is intact; Compiled by a retired police officer & historical researcher. Bookseller Inventory # PARA4944

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Book Description Public Record Office., 2002. Softcover / Paperback. Book Condition: As New. No Jacket. First edition. SIGNED. Between the months of August and November 1888, 6 prostitutes were found murdered in London's East End. The killer, who became known as 'Jack the Ripper', was never found, and the story remains an enduring source of fascination over 100yrs. on. This pack tells the story through facsimiles of key documents from the Metropolitan Police and Home Office files held at the Public Record Office. An illustrated introduction by two of the world's leading experts on the case (Stewart Evans and Keith Skinner) provides a full explanation of the documents and sets them in their historical context. With 16 facsimile documents in an attractive wallet. With tipped-in labels SIGNED BY STEWART AND KEITH. As New. signed by authors. Bookseller Inventory # 9984

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