THE CASE OF THE EIGHT BROTHERS by M. V. den

THE CASE OF THE EIGHT BROTHERS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Desmond Shannon again, taking no nonsense from nobody, as some unfinished narcotics business gives him a direct lead on his next case, the shooting of harmless Mr. Humphries, one of four brothers, who worked for Budder & Co., run by one of four brothers. Humphries' recent irritability and increased income give Shannon his presumptive evidence that he is involved as a distributor of drugs, leads to the apprehension of the killer and the ring. Proficient, professional.

Pub Date: Sept. 9th, 1948
Publisher: Doubleday