EVERY BET'S A SURE THING by Thomas B. Dewey

EVERY BET'S A SURE THING

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Murder, narcotics and kidnapping turn out to be McPherson's king-size headache when he trails Harriet Mitchell from Chicago to California. Her death and the disappearance of her six year old son and three year old daughter keep him on the case and wealthy London, his client, his hard to handle wife and their mentally defective son, needle him into a rough showdown to get the children. A tight frame for a tough hombre.

Publisher: Simon & Schuster