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Diagnosis: Homicide Lawrence G. Blochman

Diagnosis: Homicide

Lawrence G. Blochman

Published May 1951
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Mass Market Paperback
176 pages
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Mrs. Harriet Baron had her appendix out and bled to death...Robert Arlington had his skull cracked open by an accidental fall...Mrs. French died of pneumonia...In each instance, the police were ready to accept the most obvious explanation. But twoMoreMrs. Harriet Baron had her appendix out and bled to death...Robert Arlington had his skull cracked open by an accidental fall...Mrs. French died of pneumonia...In each instance, the police were ready to accept the most obvious explanation. But two men of science diagnosed the cases as homicide. this book introduces those scientist-detectives, Dr. Daniel Webster Coffee, a likeable American with a gourmets appetite, and Dr. Motilal Mookerji, a learned Hindu with an original sense of humor. Together they set out to bring in eight killers who thought they could get away with murder.