THE REAL BOOK ABOUT CRIME DETECTION by Mary Graham Bonner

THE REAL BOOK ABOUT CRIME DETECTION

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From a footprint from their files, from tipsters and, more often than not, from a criminal's own carelessness, crime detection organizations the world over track their prey. The FBI, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, France's Garde Mobile pursue law-breakers. More concerned with agencies to apprehend criminals than with methods of detection, this resurrects sensational crimes ranging from the theft of the Stone of Scone to latter-day espionage in atomic development. Sanity prevails in presentation for the text emphasizes that protection of the innocent is as important as prosecution of the guilty, and there are examples of alert youngsters who have helped in the apprehension of criminals.

Pub Date: Oct. 3rd, 1957
Publisher: Garden City