H. B. Irving (Henry Brodribb Irving) (1870–1919)
A Book of Remarkable Criminals(1918)
H B Irving was the son of the actor, Sir Henry Irving. He trained as a lawyer, then joined his illustrious parent on the stage. During the First World War, he used his legal training to write this book.
Introduction; The Life of Charles Peace; The Career of Robert Butler; M. Derues; Dr. Castaing; Professor Webster; The Mysterious Mr. Holmes; The Widow Gras; Vitalis and Marie Boyer; The Fenayrou Case; Eyraud and Bompard
We already have one version of this book in the MR library. Mine has curly quotes and emdashes. I have also restored accents and italics, linked the footnotes, and silently corrected some obvious typos.
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