THE MAN WITH TWO NAMES by John Palmer

THE MAN WITH TWO NAMES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Not strictly mystery, but a combination thriller, detection yarn, adventure, in the detailed exposition of a man's downfall. A Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde sort of tale, of a crook who runs a dope ring, to insure the respectability of his alter ego and the social desirability of his daughter. Good of its kind.

Publisher: Dodd, Mead