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Craig Kennedy Stories - The First Ten Investigations - cover

Craig Kennedy Stories - The First Ten Investigations

Arthur B. Reeve

Publisher: Alicia Editions

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Summary

Arthur B. Reeve is best-known as the creator of Professor Craig Kennedy, “the American Sherlock Holmes.” This scientific detective, professor of Chemistry at Columbia University uses his knowledge of science and psychoanalysis for criminal investigations. Reeve was the first crime writers to employ the forensic devices. In the Craig Kennedy’s investigations, the forensic equipment is used to process samples and evidence to solve crimes (finger printing, gyroscopes, drugs or chemicals analysis, lie detectors…).  
This book is a classic that has kept all its charm and definitely is a brilliantly written Masterpiece.
LARGE PRINT EDITION 
The First Ten Investigations of Professor Craig Kennedy:
THE CASE OF HELEN BOND
THE SILENT BULLET
THE BACTERIOLOGICAL DETECTIVE
THE DEADLY TUBE
THE SEISMOGRAPH ADVENTURE
THE DIAMOND MAKER
THE AZURE RING
"SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION" 
THE TERROR IN THE AIR
THE BLACK HAND
Available since: 07/07/2020.

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