New York: Barnes & Noble Books, (1994). First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine/near fine. Small 4to. Publisher's quarter black cloth over dark grey boards. About near fine in like jacket; perhaps a touch of spine lean. Clean, bright, and tight. 246pp.
Examines the male homosexual underground of Victorian London by way of Prince Albert Victor, who was accused not only of being Jack the Ripper, but also of frequenting the Cleveland Street homosexual brothel. (Inventory #: 17907)
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