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Crime and its detection

W. Teignmouth Shore

Crime and its detection

by W. Teignmouth Shore

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Published by The Gresham publishing company ltd. in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain.
    • Subjects:
    • Crime and criminals,
    • Detectives,
    • Crime and criminals -- Great Britain,
    • Police -- Great Britain,
    • Trials (Murder) -- Great Britain

    • Edition Notes

      v. 1. Introduction, by the editor. The city of London police, by John Stark. The metropolitan police, by J. F. Moylan. Provincial detective forces, by W. L. Woodland. Dock detectives, by Albert Ward. The constable and the criminal, by W. L. Woodland. Science and the detective, by C. A. Mitchell. The pathologist and the detective, by S. A. Smith. Medical and surgical evidence, by L. A. Parry. Direct evidence, by W. T. Shore. Circumstantial evidence, by H. F. Moulton. Photography, by W. J. Hutchinson. Plans and sketches, by W. J. Hutchinson. Firearms, by Robert Churchill. Identification of the living, by W. T. Shore. Identification after death, by C. A. Mitchell. Police dogs, by Reginald Arundel. The motor age, by W. T. Shore. The detective at work, by Alfred Crutchett.--v, 2. The Armstrong case, by F. T. Jesse. The Newcastle train murder, by Austen Allen. The Bournemouth murder, by F. C. Betts. The Gutteridge murder, by W. T. Shore. Crippen, by L. A. Parry. The Dougal case, by F. T. Jesse. The Podmore case, by W. L. Woodland. The Mahon case, by F. C. Betts. Yarmouth beach murder, by Austen Allen. The Fox case. by F. C. Betts. Some cases of identificatin, by W. T. Shore. Index.

      Statementedited by W. Teignmouth Shore ...
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLAW
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6276223M
      LC Control Number32017195
      OCLC/WorldCa2095073

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