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The Body Beautiful (Barr Breed #2)

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On date number one, the beautiful showgirl was cool, Barr Breed determined. On date number two, she was warm and his hopes were high. On date number three, she was stone cold dead...

The body of Coffee Stearns lay streched out in the orchestra pit at the Marlowe Theater — with a long knife firmly planted in her gold-painted back.

Who would have wanted to murder her? And why?
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Paperback, Vintage Signet, 1274, 144 pages
Published January 1st 1956 by The New American Library, Inc. (first published January 1st 1949)
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Bill S Ballinger received his B.A. in 1934 at the University of Wisconsin. From 1934 he worked in advertising, and as a radio and television writer. After traving Europe and the Near East, Ballinger moved to southern California, to take advantage of the television 'boom' of the 1950s as a script writer. Between the years 1977 and 1979 he was an associate professor of writing at the California Stat ...more
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