SOME LIKE 'EM SHOT by Fred Malina

SOME LIKE 'EM SHOT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The active adventures of New York lawyer Matt Devijian, who goes to Miami to secure evidence in favor of Roy Stewart, a young Negro held for the murder of a senator. There he finds that Stewart wont talk, and Devijian plays cat and mouse with a nightclub dancer, the lawyer for the defense and the police. Eventually, after a series of minor and major (including two more murders) mishaps, Devijian gets the culprit. Embattled entertainment which is not without lighter touches.

Pub Date: March 16th, 1949
Publisher: M. S. Mill