STYLES IN CRIME by Charles E. Still

STYLES IN CRIME

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A crime reporter, starting off with a brief history of police work and crimes of New York City, tells of his 45 years of experiences; -- the famous politicians, district attorneys, through Dewey, lawyers, and murder cases, that he has encountered. It's good ""true-story"" reading. There are the early plague spots and gangs, notorious characters, the internationally famous first chief of New York's police, and much else that is full of interest. Well told.

Pub Date: Sept. 22nd, 1938
Publisher: Lippincott