THE GHOST CAR by Bill Knox

THE GHOST CAR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

...runs without clutch, gearbox or drive shaft. And everyone is racing to get the plans. To Chief Inspector Colin Thane and sidekick Phil Moss, the place seems as busy as Indianapolis at 500 time. They have been called in to investigate the strange death of William Carter; Carter was conveniently ""baked to death"" in the factory oven. Four (five?) suspects, a touch of international intrigue, leads to smooth sleuthing, good reading.

Pub Date: Sept. 2nd, 1966
Publisher: Doubleday