(From the publisher):
Dolly Spangler had disappeared. And Joe Spinder had to find her - for two reasons. First, he was soft on the blonde. Second, he'd just had a pistol-point argument with a couple of big-city goons looking for her themselves.
Joe had thought he knew all about Dolly, but now he found out she had a whole nightside to her life nobody in town suspected. Because from the moment he took up her trail, he found he had jumped smack in the middle of murder with himself as the next target!
Original title: Mourning After
Genre: Fiction→ Crime and Mystery→ Suspense
This work is a subwork of the following works :
Death House Doll / Mourning After (1953) [Paired Work]
Authors: Day Keene
, Thomas B. Dewey