.....AND SHE HAD A LITTLE KNIFE by J. Lane Linklater

.....AND SHE HAD A LITTLE KNIFE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Blackmail -- murder -- double dealing on a real estate venture and tenuous evidence are sufficient to start Silas Booth off on another apparently wild goose chase, minus specific clients, fees or what have you -- and in opposition to the Los Angeles police. He gets his conviction on a neatly staged (but not wholly plausible) framed entrance of the murderer at the scene of the crime. Doubtful ethics and 2nd rate suspense.

Pub Date: Sept. 15th, 1948
Publisher: M. S. Mill