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The Dance of Death (Al Wheeler #28)

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She wouldn't take no from any man, so how could Wheeler refuse? Cissie St. Jerome turned a spotlight on her black-sheeted bed and gave Lt. Al Wheeler the performance of his life...

That's how he nearly missed the murderer, a stealthy creeper who prowled the grounds of the lonely St. Jermone mansion, who had killed once and was planning to kill again!

Terror and temperament r
Mass Market Paperback, G2425, 124 pages
Published February 1st 1964 by Signet Books (first published 1958)
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“Lieutenant,” he said, and shook his head sorrowfully. “I been on a lot of cases with you and this one started out the same as the others.” A bashful look spread across his repulsive face for a moment. “Three gorgeous dames and all! But look how you let it wind up.” Stunned shock replaced the bliss. “The real cute bally-dancer is a corpse; you booked the big bouncy blonde for complicity in murder and a whole string of minor charges and then – “ he shook his head in mute despair “- you go book th ...more
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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.

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