THE CASE OF THE SHOPLIFTER'S SHOE by Erle Stanley Gardner
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THE CASE OF THE SHOPLIFTER'S SHOE

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Up to standard Perry Mason yarn. The new client is an amnesia victim, sewed up with circumstantial evidence in a killing. By fair means and foul, Perry Mason proves her innocent. The court room scene tests his powers to the limit, but he comes off victorious in a battle with the D.A.

Pub Date: Sept. 7th, 1938
Publisher: Morrow