THE ENEMIES WITHIN by Michael Z. Lewin
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The third appearance of that Indianapolis private-eye Albert Samson (Ross Macdonald endorses him; the plot also owes him a certain complicated allegiance) when Samson is given little or something a wrong nothing to go on after he is hired by Willson who uses a homosexual cover to check on a missing property -- not the play he's claimed it was but a girl who was in his life and out of it after she had learned Willson was one of her father's bastards. This is hard to keep up with if not follow, but Lewin has tightened and brightened up from book to book and created a detective with a style all his own and lots of it.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1974
Publisher: Knopf