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Margin for Terror
 
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Frank Kane
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Margin for Terror

3.67  ·  Rating Details ·  3 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Rocky Nelson was a dumb boxer, but his written expose of the fight racket was powerful enough to blast the syndicate wide open, and the bosses knew it. So for life insurance, Rocky got Johnny Liddell to lock the document in his office safe. But they busted the safe--and then Rocky...

Johnny knew it was murder, but he couldn't prove it. The only clue he had was a stage-struc
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Mass Market Paperback, 156 pages
Published 1967 by Dell
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Amy
Jul 19, 2010 Amy rated it really liked it
As far as pulps go this one was pretty good and definately left me wanting to read more of this genre and era. Funny, because I previously read a different Frank Kane/Johnny Liddel book and was unmoved. It was a fun, quick read. Gotta hit the used book stores for more!
Josh
Jul 15, 2010 Josh rated it really liked it
Shelves: pulp-etc
Pretty good pulp novel. Fast-paced, nice plot and plot twists, good characters. The dialogue could have used some more snappiness, but the climax was great and it was just lurid and violent enough to keep things interesting. I'm looking forward to reading another one of these Liddell stories.
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Frank Kane, Brooklyn-born and a lifetime New Yorker, worked for many years in journalism and corporate public relations before shifting to fiction writing. At the time he was selling crime stories to the pulps he was also sustaining a career writing scripts for such radio shows as Gangbusters and The Shadow.

In addition to the Johnny Liddells, Kane wrote several suspense novels, some softcore eroti
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