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A Corpse for Christmas (Al Wheeler)

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Al Wheeler doesn't need the holiday bit to wish for the well-filled stocking. He's in favor of lovely legs -- and there on up, nicely stacked -- at any month of the twelve-month year.

Lieutenant Al Wheeler comes down the chimney and finds hot tempers, hot chicks, and one warm corpse...all sizzling like snow in July...
Paperback, 125 pages
Published December 25th 1965 by Signet (first published 1965)
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A very fast 'ho hum' versus 'ho ho' read for xmas. Not used to getting sub par stuff from the master of power pulp fiction. Well a hit of booze broads and bullets still was a pretty good way to get in the spirit of things.
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Carter Brown was the pseudonym of Alan Geoffrey Yates (1923-1985), who was born in London and educated in Essex.

He married Denise Mackellar and worked as a sound engineer for Gaumont-British films before moving to Australia and taking up work in public relations.

In 1953 he became a full-time writer and produced nearly 200 novels between then and his retirement in 1981.

He also wrote as Tex Conra
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