Plain Clothes and Sleuths ebook
by Stephen Wade
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Plain Clothes and Sleuths. The detective is a familiar figure in British history. This work looks at famous cases such as the Ripper murders and the beginnings of the Special Branch and Detective Branch of Scotland Yard. This history covers various aspects of crime history, including the career of Jim 'the Penman' Saward, a notorious forger, and more.
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Using detective training manuals, Home Office enquiries, Parliamentary papers and unpublished memoirs of retired detectives, Stephen Wade looks at famous cases such as the Ripper murders and the beginnings of the Special Branch and Detective Branch of Scotland Yard
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On the way read about Oscar Wilde’s time in Reading Gaol, about spies and political prisoners and Jeremy Bamber’s long campaign to assert his innocence.