(From the publisher):
Her name was Helga Lindstrom... She was blonde and beautiful - and she knew the whereabouts of the mysterious "Memorandum." She knew of its vital significance to Britain's future, and its fantastic value in the right quarters.
The Memorandum was political dynamite - and she held the detonator.
But Helga herself had disappeared, leaving behind a note indicting her killer...
Was the letter genuine - or was it a fake?
It became the job of Sexton Blake and his young associate, Edward Carter, to unravel the mystery...
Revised by George Paul Mann from the earlier novel "Redhead for Danger" by T.C.P. Webb writing as Arthur MacLean!
Original title: The Man Who Killed Me!
Genre: Fiction→ Crime and Mystery→ Detective Story and Detectives→ General
- Sexton Blake Library # 513 - December 1962