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A Shot of Murder (Rocky Rockwell #3)
by Jack Iams
On their honeymoon in Paris, Rocky and Jane Rockwell encounter murder and a cast of characters which includes an evil doctor, with an even more evil hypodermic. - The Mystery Lover's Companion, Art Bourgeau
Hardcover, 243 pages
Published 1950 by William Morrow
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Reporters and newly-weds Rocky and Jane see a chance to get a European honeymoon when a local man's nightclub singer fiancee disappears in post-war Poland. (This was published originally in 1950.) But instead Rocky--who speaks only English and a few words of French--finds himself in big trouble in Poland, not sure at all who can be trusted. Fortunately, the paper's society editor Mrs. Pickett happens to be in Paris on her vacation, and she isn't about to let something bad happen to a fellow Buck ...more
Samuel Harvey Iams, Jr. was born on November 15, 1910 in Maryland. Iams began his writing career in American and British journalism. Adopting the pseudonym Jack Iams, he proceeded to publish his own books. Iams is best known for his mysteries, including Death Draws the Line, and his crime novels featuring the character Rocky Rockwell. He passed away in January of 1990.More about Jack Iams...
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