ADVENTURES OF DETECTIVE JACK CRIBBS. 1911 & 1912 by Jack Cribbs, Transcribed 2003 by Sally Jordan Reed. This fascinating autobiography is filled with easy-to-read short stories of Jack Cribbs' experiences as a policeman and private detective during the late 1800s to its first printing in 1911. Jack Cribbs describes the events that happened in and around Clarion County during his 40 years of detective work, and captures the life and character of the times, the people and the region. He explains his procedures for working clues and records his travels from town to town to apprehend alleged criminals. Cribbs' three published volumes have been combined into one, re-typed as originally written -- including mispellings and poor grammar. 390 pages, 6 x 9, ISBN 0-9744657-6-3.