Bc Provincial Police Stories, Volume 2

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Heritage House Publishing Co, May 1, 1986 - True Crime - 128 pages
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West Kootenay's tragic The Miner Who Died Eight Times, Murder on Okanagan Lake, Death Rode a Pinto Pony, The Cremation of Siboo Singh, Kitwancool Drums Throbbed a War Dance, The Parking Ticket that Killed Three Men and Hangman's Tree at Lillooet.

 

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Contents

The Author
4
Hangmans Tree at Lillooet
20
Footprints to the Gallows
35
The Trappers Return
52
Nobody Wanted to Hang the Little Sailor
66
Shackled Starved and Chained
86
The Case of the Talking Skeleton
101
Mystery of the Tahsis Twins
118
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About the author (1986)

Born in North Berwick, Scotland, Cecil George "Nobby" Clark (1899-1993) was 17 when he enlisted in the B.C. Provincial Police, first working as a junior clerk and rising to the position of deputy commissioner in 1959. He retired about the time the force was absorbed by the RCMP, and then became its unofficial historian. He has written four books about the force's cases over its 92-year history.

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