NOBODY'S SORRY HE GOT KILLED by Arthur D. Goldstein

NOBODY'S SORRY HE GOT KILLED

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KIRKUS REVIEW

That 72-year-old retired cutter Max Guttman gets his third shot at ""detecting"" when he's asked to clear Mrs. Stone's granddaughter Susan, charged with murdering her blackmailing married lover. The amateur sleuth and his helpers (""The Irregulars"") from the Golden Valley Senior Citizens' Center come up with more than enough suspects to shuffleboard you along. What there is still goes down easy as chicken noodle soup.

Pub Date: Feb. 20th, 1975
Publisher: Random House