A KILLING FOR CHARITY by Arthur Kaplan

A KILLING FOR CHARITY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Introducing Charity Bay, a private detective with her head and heart in the right place who's hired by a group of diamond dealers losing their lives along with their merchandise. One of them, whose youngster is kidnapped, becomes their impotent victim while Charity, one step ahead of a questionably cooperative police lieutenant, isolates the criminals at a price no one wants to pay. A rock-hard operation with a few baguettes--humor, susceptibility and a whammy finish.

Pub Date: Jan. 30th, 1975
Publisher: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan