by Peter Clark MacFarlane . Originally Published in Cosmopolitian magazine April 1914. Detective Sgt. McCarty is on the trail of a well-known criminal! McCarty, the rough-and-ready criminal-snatcher-the detective-genius-the handy man on the "force." He is a student of men, not of psychology, and through long experience has learned the trick of substituting himself for the man he is hunting, of putting the criminal's brain into his own skull. In this story, the author places, McCarty on the track of a well-known crook, and there is "something doing" from the first minute the sergeant hits the Continue reading