DEATH OF A CON MAN by Josephine Bell

DEATH OF A CON MAN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Con man James Sparks takes three for the count: knife wounds, car accident and finally a fatal hospital mistake. But intern Colin Frost decides that the latter was the result of a deliberate murder attempt. In an attempt to save the career of a friend, he investigates and it's an intricately charted affair. Diagnosis: plot suffers from symptomanic stress; the blood count is low and the whole thing can be taken as a tranquilizer. For Miss Bell's patient audience.

Pub Date: July 1st, 1968
Publisher: Lippincott