INSIDE OUT by Gertrude E. Mallette

INSIDE OUT

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Linda Terrell, desperately struggling to learn to be an artist, is taking a course near the Grand Central in New York. She is sunk because her only natural ability is to do careful details. This stands her in good stead, though, because while she is recovering from soariet fever on an apartment terrace near the Geroge Washington Bridge, she helps unravel the mystery of the strange vigilant man. Her sketches are of infinite aid to the FBI.

Pub Date: Sept. 15th, 1942
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran