THE CORPSE THAT REFUSED TO STAY DEAD by Hampton Stone

THE CORPSE THAT REFUSED TO STAY DEAD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Slick work for dependable Asst. D.A. Gibson, as once again he untangles a too simple case of suicide-cum-accidental death, and proves his case against a glamour girl who wanted her man. Music student background -- a pregnant girl dead -- a stone deaf land-lady whose dreams about being an heiress turned out to be true- and a thorny set of suspects whose moral code may give the squeamish pause -- add up to a plausible runaround of New York's Bohemian life.

Pub Date: June 13th, 1952
Publisher: Simon & Schuster