DEAD OF NIGHT by Kurt Steel

DEAD OF NIGHT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Another Hank Hyer story, in which he knows the guilty party but can't pin the murders on him. One of these runarounds, with planted evidence. There are four corpses, and a young couple gets into hot water. His side kick comes to the rescue, but winds up with a spot of trouble himself. There's no ""social significance"" in the story this time, no strikes or labor troubles. Good for the Hank Hyer fans.

Pub Date: July 24th, 1940
Publisher: Little, Brown