THE BODY WAS QUITE COLD by Robert George Dean

THE BODY WAS QUITE COLD

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When Logan, shadow hired by Scott Thorne, columnist with a stable of senators, was murdered, Tony Hunter takes a case in the nation's capital. Our man runs into a few undercover deals, some frenetic women, and a competing scandal monger who is next on the list for deep freeze. Some time-computing, confidential talks and a car chase locate X. A thin of characters previews the unveiling at the half way mark.

Pub Date: May 7th, 1951
Publisher: Dutton