Young Eric Carter had the sort of looks that would catch a lass’s eye, but he’d never had a girl friend until he fell
Murder Most Foul No. 63
Young Eric Carter had the sort of looks that would catch a lass’s eye, but he’d never had a girl friend until he fell for Joyce, who worked in the same Merseyside factory as himself. However, Eric’s mother steadfastly refused to meet her son’s girl friend – over no more than a misunderstanding, but it was more than enough to sow the seeds of a “terrible harvest.”
Detective Joseph Petrosino waged a relentless war against the Mafia and the Camorra in New York during the early 1900s. His disguises, painstaking undercover work and eagle eye for detail established him as a brilliant, pioneering police officer. His determination, courage and hunger for justice inspired generations of law enforcers. See our double-length account from Felix DeMartini, one of the detectives from Petrosino’s famous Italian Squad. He recalls his years with the legendary investigator who quietly and modestly combined the qualities of Sherlock Holmes and Hercule Poirot with Eliot Ness and the New York Police Department.
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