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Dr. Poggioli: Criminologist

Dr. Poggioli: Criminologist
LOST MYSTERIES BY A PULITZER PRIZE WINNER !!!! Clues of the Caribbees (1929), a collection of detective stories about Dr. Henry Poggioli by Thomas Sigismund Stribling (1881-1965), was recognized by Ellery Queen as one of the most innovative volumes of sleuthing ever published, and is one of the books in Queen's Quorum. To the general public, however, T.S. Stribling was known as one of the leaders in the school of Southern Literary Realism, especially in his discussion of the plight of African-Americans in the South. His 1932 novel, The Store, won the Pulitzer Prize in Fiction. Between 1929 and 1935, Stribling published a second series of eight Poggioli cases, which are collected in book form for the first time in Dr. Poggioli: Criminologist. Although they sometimes use stereotyped language for the Black characters (indeed for m
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