(From the publisher):
Saul Hart, powerful board member of Cosmic Film Productions Incorporated, was a man with a problem - and he gave that problem to Sexton Blake...
The glamorous Jetta Delmar, universal sex-symbol and a property worth millions of dollars to Cosmic, had become a drug addict.
Sexton Blake, Edward Carter and Paula Dane found themselves fighting a vicious drug racket in Hollywood - fabulous movie-and-TV world-capital.
Where was Jetta's source of supply for the drug that was destroying her?
Who was it who controlled the distribution of those small packs of white powder whose labels said "Gastreez - for dyspepsia" - but whose contents provided death in small doses?
The trails the Berkeley Square trio followed were violent and deadly. Brutal people were at large, making fat profits from their vile traffic in heroin. They fought back hard in a desperate bid to maintain their evil empire. And behind them was the sinister, blood-chilling figure of the mysterious Doctor Zeitsmann...
Original title: Death in Small Doses
Genre: Fiction→ Crime and Mystery→ Detective Story and Detectives→ General
- Sexton Blake Library # 516 - January 1963