True Stories of Crime from the District Attorney's Office

True Stories of Crime from the District Attorney's Office

by Arthur Cheney Train
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True Stories of Crime from the District Attorney's Office by Arthur Cheney Train

Arthur Cheney Train (1875-1945), also called Arthur Chesney Train, was an American lawyer and legal thriller writer, particularly known for his novels of courtroom intrigue and the creation of the fictional lawyer Mr. Ephraim Tutt. As the former Assistant district Attorney for New York County, Train reported on a series of true crimes, largely prosecuted by himself, notable for the people and evidence involved.

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BN ID: 2940026114481
Publisher: M. Stone & MacKenzie
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 420 KB

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True Stories of Crime from the District Attorney's Office 3.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 22 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Printed in typewriter-style type with broken lines but readible. Basically the facts. Lots of slang--"green goods" are counterfeit bills.
LIBBYEM More than 1 year ago
Its was ok.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Welcome to District 10! It is located in a large, grassy field. The village is made up of small houses and large barns, but wealthy families have big houses. Electricity is on a few hours a day. Food, running water, and money are common.