GIDEON'S PRESS by J. J. Marric


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No one else would stand an earthly"" to settle the trouble at the waterfront between the dockers and the strike breakers except George (Gee-Gee) Gideon but before he's through with it, his social conscience is smarting -- what with ghetto housing and destitution and those sunken shiploads carrying cargoes of poor Pakistanis. This is the 1/28th (and the generally conceded best) persona of the man who wrote 560 books, although these environs are not those that everyone will choose to frequent and the human/dramatic interest is minimated.

Pub Date: Dec. 5th, 1973
Publisher: Harper & Row