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Gettysburg Times
Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
1 April 1933

Murder's Afoot

The favorite haunt of mystery fans may now be investigated at first hand in a book by Arthur Fowler Neil - who should know Scotland Yard if anyone does. For years he was superintendent of the criminal investigations department and naturally his " Man Hunters of Scotland Yard" deals with that phase of the organization's work.

Those who like to exhume ancient sensations will be interested to know that Mr. Neil has a new solution for the "Jack the Ripper" murders in England and the United States.