THE MAN WHO HAD TOO MUCH TO LOSE by Hampton Stone

THE MAN WHO HAD TOO MUCH TO LOSE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Assistant D. A. Jeremiah Gibson tackles a case of poisoning, which turns out to be attempted strangulation and lands him in the roughing up of inheritance conscious heirs and the unexpected life -- and death -- of an ex-madame. Mr. Gracie's reducing diet has its own importance as does the move in on call houses and the desire of a policeman's daughter to make her father's betrayers pay up. Itemized.

Pub Date: April 8th, 1955
Publisher: Simon & Schuster