A MATTER OF IODINE by David Keith

A MATTER OF IODINE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Novelty in buildup and byways, more adventure and puzzlement than straight crime. There's no body, no fireworks, but some odd bypaths in the story of a crippled American, who rouses himself to go to Paris to investigate the defective iodine shipments his brothers-in-law have been receiving. There's blackmail -- and munitions racket involvement, but Weaver runs down the clues and the blackmailer is killed.

Publisher: Dodd, Mead