DEATH HAS A SMALL VOICE by Frances & Richard Lockridge

DEATH HAS A SMALL VOICE

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With Jerry North in California, Pam, in New York, heads straight into a kidnapping when she plays back a record that has come through the mail. Acting Capt. Bill Weigand is confronted with her disappearance when he tracks down the death of a burglar who has written a book on his career and is joined by Jerry in the desperate search. The murder of a woman poet, Greenwich Village and the suburbs, whispering threats -- and the wellknown North irrelevancies add up to civilized sleuthing.

Pub Date: May 27th, 1953
Publisher: Lippincott