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Israel Rank: The Autobiography of a Criminal (1907)
Roy Horniman
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The Story of Classic Crime in 100 Books
Martin Edwards
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Batgirl Vol. 3: Point Blank
Kelley Puckett, Various
"When the fits ended they unstrapped me and that night, or possibly the night after, I started to surface again. The corners of my eyes and mouth were dusted with a very fine salt, and my tongue looked like something you'd see hanging up in the window of a Chinese restaurant. When I blinked, I thought I could hear my scalp creak."

Bank of the Black Sheep, by Robert Lewis (copyright 2010; quote is from page 13 of the Serpent's Tail trade paperback).