Another Perry Mason adventure, with Della Street as his shadow, and his not-too friendly enemies, Burger and Tragg convinced...

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THE CASE OF THE DARING DIVORCEE

Another Perry Mason adventure, with Della Street as his shadow, and his not-too friendly enemies, Burger and Tragg convinced that this time they have him where they want him. A man has been shot; wife number two and wife number three both claim authentic rights as sole widow, heir to millions; both have uncertain libis and too many devoted adherents within the establishment. The situation is dramatic enough; but once again there are too many red herrings drawn across the path and the court procedure is the climax and crux.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1963