THE HUNDRED-DOLLAR GIRL by William Campbell Gault

THE HUNDRED-DOLLAR GIRL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Joe Puma, Gault's alternate for Brock Callahan, figures in the activities, investigative (a murder case) and exploratory (women) when he is asked to make a spot check on fighter Terry Lopez by his wife, a former call girl. The murder of Lopez' manager suggests a fight fix, a tie-up with the underworld (California), and a variety of situations which somehow lead from the mat to the bed. Rough, and ready for the shower room.

Pub Date: March 13th, 1961
Publisher: Dutton