On Secret Service: Detective-mystery Stories Based on Real Cases Solved by Government Agents

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Harper & Brothers, 1921 - Detective and mystery stories - 356 pages
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Page 94 - I don't know who or what you are. But I do know that you are not fucking human. You, you have claws and fangs and your eyes...
Page 74 - Back in the past somewhere he had been a detective in the service of the Atlas Line, but for some years before the war was superintendent of the police attached to the Hamburg-American boats.
Page 210 - ONE of the first things to strike the eye of the visitor who enters the library-den of William J.
Page 24 - Drummond's request, took up a position on the far side of the room. As soon as he had entered, two of the other Secret Service men ranged themselves on the other side of the doorway and, the moment Cochrane came in, closed the door behind him. "Cochrane," said Drummond, "what did you do with the seven hundred pounds of gold that you took from Vault No.
Page 51 - I looked him over pretty thoroughly and came to the conclusion that, in spite of the fact that his general appearance differed entirely from the other man's, they were really one and the same!
Page 104 - Whitney was in the office one morning when the phone rang and the chief answered it. "Yes...
Page 108 - ... in such a hurry that I didn't have time to get a good look at them through the glasses.
Page 160 - ... came to the conclusion that something would have to be done to speed things up.
Page 227 - Larry, folding the paper and slipping it into the pocket of his coat. "Look into it?
Page 235 - Larry thought about the matter, the more he came to the conclusion that...

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