FOUR DEAD MICE by Thomas Black

FOUR DEAD MICE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Al Delaney does the figuring in a case where four dead mice turn up in the dough of a large Baking Company and lead to the murders of Reymon, an ovenman, and a pretty youngster, Honey. Circulating through a derelict area, Delaney connects with an old robbery and makes a double tag for the out. Spillane-type speedball.

Pub Date: Aug. 30th, 1954
Publisher: Rinehart