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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Margaret Scherf; Andrew Garve; Arthur D Goldstein
|Description:||113, 161, 195 pages ; 20 cm|
|Contents:||To cache a millionaire / Margaret Scherf --
The case of Robert Quarry / Andrew Garve --
A person shouldn't die like that / Arthur D. Goldstein.
|Other Titles:||Case of Robert Quarry
Person shouldnt̓ die like that
|Responsibility:||by Margaret Scherf. The case of Robert Quarry / by Andrew Garve [i.e. Paul Winterton]. A person shouldnt̓ die like that / by Arthur D. Goldstein.|
The Case Of Robert Quarry: Robert Quarry, the industrialist, was a natural candidate for murder. His company had laid off an alleged troublemaker -- the union termed the man a saint! -- which was followed by the inevitable wildcat strike. Quarry responded by closing down the factory. There had been, immediately, demonstrations and clashes with the police. Then Quarry himself appeared on the scene, and now he is dead! -- Are the union leaders responsible, or has a very clever enemy simply taken advantage of a good thing?
A Person Shouldn't Die Like That: When Jacob Schneider is found beaten to death by his checker-playing crony Max Guttman, the police begin a routine investigation to find the killer, but Max Guttman pursues a different tack -- he wants to know what kind of man Jacob Schneider really was, that he should have to die so horribly. The police investigation leads them to a young black junkie whom they charge with the murder, but Max Guttman, in his search for some ultimate truth, finds instead, a killer!