KILLER IN THE KITCHEN by Franklin James

KILLER IN THE KITCHEN

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Mickey Richards, returning from overseas to inspect her ""reported missing"" husband's Silver Star project, confronts a plugugly, slughappy situation when the Silver Star's steward is found cold in the kitchen, its accountant attacked, and a variety of unlovely, unhealthy people seem interested in the night club. Mickey, with one death to her credit, goes back asking for more, and eventually fights her way through to peace and quiet. Bright in spots, and certainly busy at all times.

Pub Date: Feb. 19th, 1947
Publisher: Lantern Press