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