SHEAR THE BLACK SHEEP by David Dodge

SHEAR THE BLACK SHEEP

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Sets a good masculine pace and holds right to it, as rough roustabout Whit, C. P. A. (of Death and Taxes) takes on another extra-curricular job as he undertakes to find out just why a wealthy sheep dealer's son is spending big money. The shearing of a lamb by two sets of poker sharps, and his murder which Whit fails to forestall, and in sleuthing which exceeds the bounds of the game to sex and revenge.

Pub Date: July 14th, 1942
Publisher: Macmillan