Allan Pinkerton Books

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Bucholz And The Detectives

  [english | 1880]  

Allan Pinkerton


Excerpts: [... deal table, and two or three unpainted chairs, completed the inventory of the contents of the chamber in which the greater portion of his time was ...... of perfect intimacy. To him, therefore, perhaps as much as to any other agency, was due in a great measure the fabulous stories of the old man's wealth. Being ...... and duly accounted for. These men were without a doubt the ...]
Genres: [mysterydetectiveDownloads: 19

The Burglar Fate And The Detectives

  [english | 1884]  

Allan Pinkerton


Excerpts: [... awaiting his appearance, all of whom wore a thoughtful, troubled look, as though they keenly felt the losses they had sustained and were resolved ...... was informed that two gentlemen from Geneva desired to speak with him. Signifying his readiness to receive them, two well-dressed gentlemen entered and ...... the capture of your associates and the recovery of the balance of this ...]
Genres: [non fiction | mysterydetectiveDownloads: 164

The Burglars Fate And The Detectives

  [english | 1884]  

Allan Pinkerton


Summary: [In the pages which follow I have narrated a story of actual occurrence. No touch of fiction obscures the truthful recital. The crime which is here detailed was actually committed and under the circumstances which I have related. The four young men whose real names are clothed with the charitable mantle of fiction deliberately perpetrated the deed for which they suffered and to-day are inmates of ...]
Genres: [fiction | mystery detective | non-fictionDownloads: 313

The Expressman And The Detective

  [english | 1874]  

Allan Pinkerton


Excerpts: [... the packages to the messenger, had his receipt for them, and of course could not be expected to keep track of them when out of his possession. Before ...... follow him, leaving Porter in Montgomery, to keep track of the parties there. There were, of course, a number of suspicious characters in a town of ...... the boat with us and go to my house while you are eating dinner I will ...]
Genres: [mysterydetective | pulpDownloads: 125

The Somnambulist And The Detective

  [english | 1875]  

Allan Pinkerton


Summary: [The mental characteristics of Allan Pinkerton were judgment as to facts knowledge of men the ability to concentrate his faculties on one subject and the persistent power of will. A mysterious problem of crime against which his life was devoted presented to his thought was solved almost in an instant and seemingly by his intuitions. With half-closed eyes he saw the scene in which the wrong was ...]
Genres: [fiction | mystery detectiveDownloads: 338

The Spiritualists And The Detectives

  [english | ]  

Allan Pinkerton


Summary: [LC copy imperfect: p. 21-22 torn affecting text.]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 368