DEAD OF NIGHT by Stewart Sterling

DEAD OF NIGHT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Again a workout for Gil Vine, house officer in a N.Y. city hotel which witnesses the murder of a man in the suite of Tildy Millett, gimmick girl on a video show. From Tildy's love for Dow Lanerd who plays around but not for keeps, to Lanerd's murder which is to follow, this turns up other angles- and curves, for a final solution in blackmail and an indiscretion which ended in illegitimacy. Loud and noisy, this is strictly dime store stuff.

Pub Date: Nov. 1st, 1950
Publisher: Dutton