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The Thief-Taker: Memoirs of a Bow Street Runner
The Thief-Taker: Memoirs of a Bow Street Runner
T. F. Banks
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June 1815. When Henry Morton is called to the scene at Portman House in Claridge Square, the Bow Street constable finds a man dead in a hackney coach--ostensibly of asphyxiation. He was Halbert Glendinning, a gentleman of unsullied character. Then why was he seen frequenting one of London’s... Read More

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