THE CASE OF THE WAYLAID WOLF by Erle Stanley Gardner

THE CASE OF THE WAYLAID WOLF

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is the 100th book in an incredible career, and Perry Mason and his faithful Della Street and Paul Drake still use true and tried methods to solve bafflers. The case this time involves a pretty secretary who comes to the defense of her sex in bringing a charge of assault against Loring Laumont, top brass in the company for which she works. But Loring was already dead- and she was -- on all circumstantial counts- prime suspect. Just how Mason finagled her out of the spot she was on, and fixed the crime where it belonged makes one of the most entertaining of the Gardner yarns.

Pub Date: Jan. 6th, 1959
Publisher: Morrow