A first -- and expert -- entry in enigma and horror as the hi-jacking, and murder, of St. rme, backgroundless, moneyed...

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THE RED RIGHT HAND

A first -- and expert -- entry in enigma and horror as the hi-jacking, and murder, of St. rme, backgroundless, moneyed westerner, brings on a wake of unprovoked, unrelated killings and leaves Harry Riddle, young MD, to speculate on the motives of a crazy killer, the hitchhiker with the red eyes and the torn ear, who exerted a fateful fascination over St. Erne and his fiances. Guided largely by premonition and intuition, Riddle averts his own death -- reworks the evidence -- and exposes a double identity, double indemnity fraud. Out of the groove -- grim chiller.

Pub Date: May 11, 1945

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: May 1, 1945