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text Reporting at wit's end : tales from The New Yorker

Summary
Writing for the magazine from the 1930s through the 1960s, McKelway specialized in light true crime stories about arsonists, embezzlers, counterfeiters, suspected Communists, and innocent men and the fire investigators, forensic accountants, Secre... Read more
Contents
The 1930s. Firebug-catcher -- Place and leave with -- The innocent man at Sing Sing -- Average cop -- Who is this king of glory? (with A.J. Liebling) -- The 1940s -- Some fun with the F.B.I. -- Mister 880 -- The cigar, the three wings, and the low... Read more
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Description
xix, 620 p. ; 21 cm.
Publisher
Bloomsbury USA 2010

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TADL-WOOD 814.52 MCK in Adult Non-fiction Available

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