Wednesday, May 28, 2008
Philip Sugden and Jack the Ripper A to Z
A writer named Tami Port makes the case on suite101.com for the continued relevance of Philip Sugden's amazing The Complete History of Jack the Ripper.

Also, I just received notice that Amazon UK cannot locate a copy of the hardback new edition of Jack the Ripper A to Z. Bummer. I thought it was a reissue, or at least a new hardback version-apparently not.

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posted by Lavaughn Towell @ 9:34 PM | 2 comments

2 Comments:
At 7:22 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Try USA Amazon (amazon.com). I just purchased a book only available in the UK and had no trouble getting it to US in less than 1 week! Of course, shipping will be higher -- but if you really want it!

 
At 8:41 PM, Blogger raskolsprite said...

Hi.

The A-Z is currently without a publisher, so any book being sold is either out-of-date info or the older edition. I'd recommend people hold off pre-ordering the book until Mr. Begg, Fido and Skinner settle on the publisher. No release date has been announced.

J. Menges

 

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