The Police Journal: A Quarterly Review for the Police Forces of the Empire, Volume XXIII, 1950 [Acid Bath Murders]

By: The Police Journal

Price: $40.00

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Book Condition: very good


Blue cloth with silver spine titles, 14 by 21.2 cm, vii 320 pp., illus. Very good with light bumping and wear at the extremities. A bound volume of all four issues of The Police Journal from 1950. Each issue contains interesting arrests and case reports, judicial verdicts, and articles on handling evidence, human resource-type discussions, accidents, investigation techniques, the latest equipment, articles on the burgeoning field of scientific investigation, fingerprinting, and well-written murder reposts that true crime junkies will love – sometimes with photos. This volume includes a detailed 29-page article on “The Acid-Bath Murder(s),” about English serial killer John Haigh. “The disposal of the dead body has always been a major problem in planned murder…”

Title: The Police Journal: A Quarterly Review for the Police Forces of the Empire, Volume XXIII, 1950 [Acid Bath Murders]

Author Name: The Police Journal

Categories: Crime, Prison, Law & Order,

Publisher: London, The Police Journal: [1950]

Binding: hardcover

Book Condition: very good

Seller ID: 3900