"The unholy trio of modern 'Ripperologists, ' cover in detail every person, place, or thing that is in any way connected to the case . . . a volume no armchair Ripperologist can do without." Library Journal"
First published in 1994, an A-Z of Jack the Ripper, which presents the various theories as to his identity, including the new suspect Joseph Barnett, the story of the Ripper diaries, and the theory of The Lodger. Details the policemen, politicians and bystanders involved in the case.