Fingerprints : fifty years of scientific crime detection

by Douglas G. Browne and Alan Brock ; with a foreword by ex-Chief Superintendent Frederick R. Cherrill.

First edition.

London : George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd, 1953. 224, 7 pages of plates : frontispiece, illustrations.

An account of the development of the use of fingerprints in police work with references to Holmes and Doyle.

Hardcover.

G+. Red cloth lettered in gilt on spine. Spine ends bumped, and marks to boards.

Ref No: 3865

£12.00

Author: Browne, Douglas G. Brock, AlanCherrill, Frederick R.

Categories: Sherlock Holmes - critical studiesTrue crime


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