THE FRIGHTENED MAN by Dana Chambers

THE FRIGHTENED MAN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Gruesome twosome as Jim Steele finds, and d\umps, the body of a bodyguard to a good -- and frightened -- friend, Larry Maxwell, and next finds that Larry's father has been hung. The facts that Larry is in love with his brother's wife, that his brother was attempting to have him cut out of his father's will, that he has been spirited away to a mental home -- along with two decorative nurses, give Steele as much as he can handle. Good decor, good and very fast action, and less flash than previous tales.

Pub Date: April 24th, 1942
Publisher: Dial