A SLICE OF HELL by Mike Roscoe

A SLICE OF HELL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Dragnetic influences here in Johnny April's first person account of the jobs that take him to San Francisco and tumble him into gang war, Penny Harris' bed and a doubt-creating funeral. From little wheels he gets to the big squeals and with Penny's murder whirlwinds to a showdown. This is so hotted up and bursting apart at the strain it is unbelievable.

Pub Date: March 12th, 1954
Publisher: Crown