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1. Creating the 'Myth' of Jack the Ripper 2. Murder and Mayhem in Victorian London: The Whitechapel Murders of 1888 in Context 3. East Meets West: The Contrasting Nature of Victorian London and the Mixed Community of the East End 4. Read All About It! Ripper News and Sensation in Victorian Society 5. The Bitter Cry of Outcast London: Poverty, Charity and the Fear of Revolution 6. City of Dreadful Delights: Vice, Prostitution and Victorian Society 7. Crime and the Criminal Class in Late Victorian London 8. Watching the Detectives: The Police and the Hunt for Jack the Ripper 9. London's Shadows: The Darker Side of the Victorian Capital Bibliography Index
Drew D. Gray is Senior Lecturer in History at the University of Northampton, UK. He is the author of Crime, Prosecution and Social Relations.