. . . ""and you shah find me a grave man"" which accounts for the dead ends in Torn Aragon's search for the former husband of Gilly Decker whose current husband is in a wheelchair, reduced to an eyeblink. Not that Gilly deserves anything--not the money she's gotten or is going to get--she's the one who says that the going price for a pound of flesh is still a pound of flesh. The story's easy to follow and hard not to read and takes Aragon down to Baja California where there has been a fraudulent development in disappearing haciendas as well as grave men. Years ago Margaret Millar started out way ahead--she's still there.