The Pinkerton Casebook: Adventures of the Original Private Eye

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Mercat Press, 2007 - Criminal investigation - 214 pages
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Allan Pinkerton is famous as the founder of the detective agency that still bears his name - what is less well known is that he was also a prolific author. This book is a collection of his writing, including accounts of how he foiled an attempt on the life of Abraham Lincoln, and his infiltration of the Molly Maguires gang.

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Contents

Burglars Tricks Upon Burglars
29
The Spys Rebellion
36
A Detectives Hard Life
74
Copyright

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Patrick Bass teaches history at Benedictine College, Atchison, Kansas.

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