(From the publisher):
Editing the memoirs of an ex-policeman for the consumption of the three million sensation-seeking readers of The Daily Post
wasn't a drudgery that the newspaper's star columnist could be expected to take to kindly.
Especially when that particular columnist, Arthur "Splash" Kirby, happened to regard that particular policeman, ex-Superintendent Martin Melville, with a dislike and antagonism quite uncommon to his normally genial good natue.
But though Splash anticipated his task being a sticky one, he did not for one moment expect it to lead him into the tightest corner of his career - with a murder charge hanging over his head!
For when he found himself half-stunned, half-drunk, clutching a bloodstained whisky bottle with the corpse of ex-Superintendent Melville his sole company, Kirby knew he was in deep trouble.
He also knew that the first thing he must do in such a situation was to phone his friend Sexton Blake...
But that was only the beginning. Blake uncovered a far-reaching plot involving murder, perjury and rough justice!
Original title: Trouble is My Name
Genre: Fiction→ Crime and Mystery→ Detective Story and Detectives→ General
- Sexton Blake Library # 484 - September 1961