Edited by Claude Ménard and Elodie Bertrand
Chapter 10: The holdup game
10 The holdup game* Richard R.W. Brooks 1. INTRODUCTION “Holdup” long ago entered common usage as a description of forcible robbery, typically of travelers on rail or coach, characterized, perhaps apocryphally, by hands held up at gunpoint or knif...
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