B.C. PROVINCIAL POLICE STORIES More True Crime Cases From the Files of Western Canada's First Police Force Volume Two

Author: Clark (Cecil)
Year: 1989
Publisher: Heritage House Publishing (Canada)
Edition Details: 1st Canadian Edn.
Book Condition: NrF.
ISBN: 0919214754
Price: 8.00
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Softcover. The B.C. Police force was born in 1858, the first lawmen in Western Canada. In nearly a century of service they established a reputation as one of North America's finest Police forces. Here are some of the crimes in which these policemen were involved, some of them killed on duty. All cases are reconstructed from archives and police files by Deputy Commissioner Cecil Clark who served on the force for 35yrs. They range from : The Miner Who Died Eight Times to The Killers Who Hanged Each Other, from Death Rode a Pinto Pony to Murder on Okanagan Lake. Among others are Kitwancool Drums Throbbed a War Dance and Hangman's Tree at Lilooet. Illus. 141pp. softcover. From the library of true crime writer, Wilfred Gregg, with his personal b/plate. V.v. lightly browned edges o/w Nr. F. with no creasing to pictorial glazed covers.

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