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I thought you might like to know that authors Charles Boswell and Lewis Thompson wrote about Mrs. Grace Humiston and the Cruger case in their 1963 book, Business of Murder. They mention her involvement in the Stietlow case, her work in investigating a slave labor ring operating in lumber camps in the South, and her work against sexual slavery where young girls were kidnapped and forced to work in brothels, along with the Cruger case. The chapter on Ruth Cruger, Missing Girl, was first published in 1956 in a Fawcett publication, perhaps Startling Detective.

Anyone not familiar with the crime writings of Boswell and Thompson should consider seeking these Edgar Award winning authors out. If they do they are in for a real treat.

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