THE ANXIOUS CONSPIRATOR by Michael Underwood

THE ANXIOUS CONSPIRATOR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Tony Dayne's predicament presents a pretty problem in ethics for the courtroom buffs. The English police had promised him escape and immunity for feeding them all he knew about his partners in an international counterfeiting set up. However, an accident and a nasty neat policeman got Tony pulled in during the raid. The best they could do for him then was appoint a young lawyer, Roger Elwin, who does some over-lucky detecting. But, it's an absorbing case of funny money.

Publisher: Doubleday