WHEN I WAS AT SCOTLAND YARD

Author: Berrett (Chief-Inspector James)
Year: 1932
Publisher: Sampson Low, Marston
First Edition
Edition Details: 1st edn.
Book Condition: Vg.
Price: 200.00
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Hardback. The author was Chief-Inspector, Criminal Investigation Department, New Scotland Yard. A book of reminiscences which includes the murder of PC Gutteridge, of the Essex Constabulary, one of his most famous cases. Other chapter headings include : Gentlemen of Leisure (card-sharps and cons); The Good Old Days; A Detective's Days; The Truth About "Scotty" Mason (Brixton Taxi-cab Murder); Down Brixton Way; Master Criminals; Women and Crime; The Unusual in Crime; Two Unsolved Murder Cases; Criminals and Their Crimes; How Scotland Yard Goes to Work; Those I Remember. Illus. 272pp. 8vo. With a loosely inserted b/w picture of the author. Browned edges and eps, sl. bowed and lightly marked covers. Nr. Vg. From the library of true crime writer, Wilfred Gregg, with his personal b/plate on fep. A scarce police autobiography.

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