GIDEON'S RISK by J. J. Marric

GIDEON'S RISK

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While Gideon must again deal with several concurrent crimes (a strangled youngster, a stolen car racket, etc.) he is most inflexible and intent on bringing an untouchable to book, rich, powerful Borgman, whom he suspects had some time ago murdered his first wife. An exhumation (reluctantly countenanced by his superiors) and some new evidence promises to make his case more than circumstantial and offers the reader steady interest.

Pub Date: June 8th, 1960
Publisher: Harper