TOO DANGEROUS TO BE FREE by James Hadley Chase

TOO DANGEROUS TO BE FREE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The thermometer-plus treatment for Vic Malloy's snoop on a 14 months' old assignment mixes this private eye right in the middle of a fix by police, clients and opponents. Murders of those connected with Janet Crosby's death lead to doubt about it and her father's; connection of her sister with a gambling ship and a questionable doctor lands Malloy in a mental home and leads to kidnappings; maniac as well as sane killers fill up any odd spot. Some very lively cats let out in this. Insatiables, only.

Pub Date: March 16th, 1951
Publisher: Duell, Sloan & Pearce