Scotland Yard Casebook: The Making of the CID 1865-1935
In 1878 the Criminal Investigation Department replaced Scotland Yard's corrupt and discredited Detective Branch. In this book, the author tells the story behind this change, the scandal which preceded it and the successes and failures of the new organization.
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