The following books are reviewed in the current edition of Ripperologist.
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Jack the Ripper Suspects: The Definitive Guide and Encyclopedia by Paul Williams

The Ripper’s Victims in Print: The Rhetoric of Portrayals Since 1929 by Rebecca Frost

The Annotated I Caught Crippen Edited with an Introduction and Notes by Nicholas Connell

The 130th Anniversary of Jack the Ripper by Jennifer Helen Johnstone

The East End In Colour, 1960-1980 by David Granick

Historic England: City of London: Unique Images from the Archives of Historic England by Michael Foley

Balloonomania Belles: Daredevil Divas Who First Took To The Sky by Sharon Wright

The Lion Boy and Other Medical Curiosities by Jan Bondeson

Bad Girls: A History of Rebels and Renegades by Caitlin Davies

Women and The Gallows 1797-1837: Unfortunate Wretches by Naomi Clifford

Trial of Louise Masset (Notable British Trials) Introduction and Edited by Kate Clarke

Burned at The Stake: The Life and Death of Mary Channing by Summer Strevens

In the Mind of a Female Serial Killer by Stephen Jakobi

The Murder Gang: Fleet Street’s Elite Group of Crime Reporters in the Golden Age of Tabloid Crime by Neil Root

Sylvia Pankhurst: The Rebellious Suffragette by Shirley Harrison

Rise Up Women! The Remarkable Lives of the Suffragettes by Diane Atkinson

King Stephen and the Anarchy: Civil War and Military Tactics in Twelfth-Century Britain by Chris Peers

The Life and Legend of a Rebel Leader: Wat Tyler by Stephen Basdeo

The Triumph of Christianity: How a Forbidden Religion Swept the World by Bart D. Ehrman



Pursue The Ripper by Lexy Timms

Keeper by Johana Gustawsson (Translated By Maxim Jakubowski)

The Gaslight Stalker by David Field

Jack The Ripper Goes West by RJ Hendricks II

The Prince and The Whitechapel Murders by Saul David


Titles reviewed in previous issues will appear here shortly.