Fiction and non-fiction related to the Whitechapel Murders attributed to 'Jack the Ripper'
Also other true crime cases from before the 20th century, including serial killers, history of the police and criminology, criminal biographies, famous trials etc.

All these fortunabooks.com prices are in New Zealand dollars, and there is a minimum order required of NZD$20 excluding postage.

CORNWELL Patricia   Portrait of A Killer Jack The Ripper - Case Closed FIRST EDITION
VG- top rear corner bumped VG unclipped DW rubbed to top edge with some folding creasing $15 B/C Little Brown 2002 first UK hard cover, 387pp + plates. Cornwell believes she has un-masked the identity of Saucy Jack, as a prominent Victorian artist Walter Sickert. ISBN 0316861596 [#1883 true crime]

GRAHAM Anne E. and Carol EMMAS 
The Last Victim

The life of Florence Maybrick, the wife of James Maybrick, claimed by some to have been Jack the Ripper.

VG paperback
$10 A/A
Headline 1999, 327pp + plates [PB1430 true crime]

The Yard
Advanced Reading Copy
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A meticulously researched thriller novel set in Victorian London, where multiple narratives converge in a heart-stopping climax.
Filled with period detail, and real historical figures, this showcases the depravity of the late Victorian city, and the advent of modern theories of criminology.
Jack the Ripper, Victorian policing, crime, fiction

VG softback.
$35 C/C
Penguin/ Michael Joseph 2012 first edition/ ARC, 523pp.
[#4304 ]

HAN Jeanette and ANN Ann 
Death of a Prince; Jack the Ripper and Other Souls.
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An Australian psychic's three week 'psychic tour' of England uncovers new information about Jack the Ripper, the Royal Family and the Titanic disaster.
esp, psychometry, Psychic Questing, Druids, Prince Eddy Clarence

VG paperback
$20 A/B
Arrow 2001 first edition, 242pp
[PB1638 ]

Victorian Murderesses

A true history of thirteen respectable French and English women accused of unspeakable crimes.
Includes Florence Maybrick accused of killing her husband who has been named as Jack the Ripper in connection with the 'Ripper Diary'.
victorian, women, murder, crime

Good paperback with reading creases to spine, opens flat at centre.
$10 C/B
Schocken Books 1977, 318pp.
[TRC12 ]

JAKUBOWSKI Maxim and Nathan BRAUND (editors) 
The Mammoth Book of Jack the Ripper
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An updated and expanded edition of the fullest ever collective investigation into Jack the Ripper and the Whitechapel Murders.
Contributions from the leading Ripperologists, including William Beadle, Melvyn Fairclough, Martin Fido, Shirley Harrison, James Tully and Colin Wilson.
The identity of Jack the Ripper has plagued professional historians, criminologists, writers and amateur enthusiasts.
The many suspects include Montague John Druitt, Walter Sickert, Aaron Kosminski, Michael Ostrog, William Henry Bury, Dr Tumblety and James Maybrick.
Collects the key factual evidence for 20 different arguments as to the identity of Jack the Ripper, including that advanced by Patricia Cornwell.
First published in 1999.
true crime, murder, victorian, saucy jack, evidence, anthology, non-fiction

VG+ paperback
$15 C/B
Robinson Publishing 2008, 502pp.
[#4211 ]

The Identity of Jack the Ripper
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A rare Ripper title, after discussing the case in detail the author claims there is good evidence that a certain Russian doctor by the name of Vassily Konovallov was the culprit.
With a nice 'murder by gaslight' cover art by W Francis Phillipps.
true crime, saucy jack, vintage paperback, Great Pan G542

VG- paperback with light wear to wrappers, two line pen inscription to rear cover, top edge soiled, original price stamp to first page.
$15 A/B
Great Pan 1962 first paperback edition, 224pp.
[PB1630 ]

G- paperback with joints split to ends, some soiling, cover torn at spine.
$10 A/B
Great Pan 1962 first paperback edition, 224pp.
[PB1737 ]

The Complete Jack the Ripper
revised edition.
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This revised edition sets the Whitechapel Murders by 'Jack the Ripper' firmly in their historical setting, examines the evidence comprehensively and scrupulously, disposes of a number of theories and legends and relates the murder to popular literature and to later similar sex crimes. In addition he has had the advantage of access to some of Scotland Yard's most confidential papers.
true crime, murder, serial killer

VG softback with AUTHOR'S PRESENTATION SIGNATURE to first page.
$15 A/B
Penguin 1988 revised edition, 310pp.
[#3548 ]

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