Many contributors have joined with the editors to produce here a most unusual work. In alphabetic order with many references to literature, the authors provide brief discussions of all of the subjects that can be grouped under the heading criminology. The allocation of space indicates the lack of a carefully organized plan, since some subjects, like the alcoholic criminal, occupy many pages and others apparently of equal importance are dismissed with a paragraph. The section on criminal law and procedure occupies a dozen pages and expert testimony six. The bibliography on expert testimony is especially well selected. The section on insurance crimes is also given seven or eight pages, whereas the intelligence quotient receives less than one. Altogether, however, this is a comprehensive useful work of reference.
One is surprised by the heading "white collar criminal" under the letter W; this discussion includes, strangely, the indictments of great corporations, with