The Argyle Case
The play "The Argyle Case," by William J. Burns and Harriet Ford, was turned into a novel by Arthur Hornblow. He wrote it in collaboration with detective Harvey Jerrold O'Higgins. This is a facsimile reprint of the 1913 first edition.
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