Tuesday, July 5, 2011

The Never-Was Girl by Carter Brown

They said she was just a drunk delusion.
But he was dead certain she was real...and dead.

Robert McGinnis Cover

An international screen idol hires Rick Holman to finds out whether he lost his girl or his mind.

Horwitz Edition
The tawny Hollywood primitive dazzled the famous British actor when she threw off her clothes and whirled into a pagan love dance. He thought she was the hit of the party, but all the other guests claimed she was simply never there!

Signet Reprint
Matinee idol Robert Giles had an unforgettable evening with Dixie. He took her away from the cocktail party to a love nest on the beach and woke up beside her bloody corpse. When the body vanished the next morning and everyone, including his fiancee, denied Dixie was ever at the party, He called on Rick for help. Troubleshooter Rick Holman faces one of his most dangerous cases. A Hollywood murder drama with a plot that calls for sinister characters, serious blackmail, sizzling seduction, and a body written out of the script. The Never-Was Girl.

Printing History

Horwitz Publications
Numbered Series #118 1964
International Edition Series #49 1965

New American Library
Signet Books
G2457 April 1964
T5247 November 1972
T5247 November 1972 (Canada)

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