THE BLOODY MOONLIGHT by Frederic Brown

THE BLOODY MOONLIGHT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The mutual misbehavings of Ed and his uncle Ambrose involved in a murder case which seems to hinge on lycanthropy, the possibility of superscience, and other horrors with the killings. Ed, on his first solo case, tangles with the chief of police, has difficulty in interviewing the man their client had sent him to see, has a few heart throbs, learns the interplanetary communication is a hoax, and pulls a killer out of thin air. Would-be thriller.

Pub Date: March 11th, 1949
Publisher: Dutton