A Johnny Liddell Mystery
She was an alcoholic blonde with a load of hot diamonds.
A set up for murder on the rocks
|Cover by Victor Kalin|
A Case Of Corpses
They piled up so fast that private eye Johnny Liddell figured he was a head if he could find them while they were still warm. It started when he was hired as a baby-sitter to a wildcat. She was blond and beautiful, and stacked better than a deck of marked cards. And she had a cool $200,000 worth of hot diamonds. There was just one catch. She used bourbon instead of perfume.
Written by Frank Kane (1912-1968)
Dell Publishing Company Inc.