an artist in crime

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The Book on CD-ROM Advantage. Print only the pages, passages or paragraphs you want, search for key words or terms, read from your laptop, home computer or mini when it pleases you. Share it electronically with friends and relatives. Supply your children with books on their computers instead of video games. Share with 1 or 100 students at the same time for educational purposes. No need to buy a separate electronic device to read a book. Save a Tree. Pay one low price and have as many books of this title that you want to print. CD-ROM Edition No illustrations, not an audio CD, not a DVD, produced in a Microsoft Word Compatible format for reading, printing or research. Detective Jack Barnes is pitted against a would-be "gentleman" criminal in this thriller by "one of the most neglected authors in the entire history of the detective story." Rodrigues Ottolengui (March 15, 1861 - July 11, 1937) was an American writer and dentist of Sephardic descent. Born in Charleston, South Carolina, he moved to New York, where he would spend most of his adult life, in 1877. One of three children, Ottolengui was a son of Daniel Ottolengui and Helen Rosalie Rodrigues Ottolengui; he had a sister, Helen, and a brother, Lee. He was the editor of Items of Interest: A Monthly Magazine of Dental Art, Science, and Literature for thirty-five years, which he continued to edit after retiring from dentistry; he compiled Table Talks on Dentistry, drawing from articles in Items of Interest. A dental pioneer, Ottolengui was one of the first to use X-rays and was a specialist in orthodontics and root canal therapy. He was also interested in entomology, taxidermy, and photography. His wife, May C. Hall Ottolengui, died on 10 July 1936; he died at his New York residence the next year of a heart ailment and a stroke caused by a long illness. His sister died on 22 July 1938.
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