THE GILT-EDGED COCKPIT by Douglas Rutherford

THE GILT-EDGED COCKPIT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

. . . and between descents to the pit, it's into the game of British corporate take-overs as racing car driver Patrick Campbell, related to the family controlling Mascot Motors, fights off a predatory rival while running down the murder of his elderly aunt and uncle. It's all in the family and a Big Win saves Mascot. Sluggish until Pat hits the track.

Pub Date: Feb. 12th, 1970
Publisher: Doubleday