RIPPED FROM THE HEADLINES
Being the Story of Jack the Ripper
As Reported in the London and New York Times
What eventually became known as the Whitechapel murders committed by the unknown Jack the Ripper began slowly in the newspapers; first in the London Times, then as the number of victims grew, the New York Times. Now you can read these newspaper articles just as they were published back in 1885-1895, in chronological order. Compare the two styles of journalism as they tackle the first international serial killer story. Share the frustration of the newspapermen and scared citizens as the killings continue with no suspect in sight. This is the first time these articles have been collected in book form. It's available in three formats: hardback w/DJ, RH paperback w/DJ and trade paperback.
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