THE CASE OF DONALD HUSE is an old-fashioned who-done-it that gives the reader surprising twists at every turn. Who is stealing vital Board information? Who is killing beautiful ballet dancers-and why? What begins as a simple case of industrial espionage for private investigator Bob Stotland, a lonely bachelor, quickly plunges him and his newly hired partner Ron Barton into more than they bargained for. Suspense builds as pages are turned in THE CASE OF DONALD HUSE.aAnother vodka, a Steve told the bartender and took a cigarette from the pack. ... He handed Steve a gold cigarette lighter with the engraved initials aSI. ... for you in my car outside. ... .Each had the time fixed in the right bottom of each photo.
|Title||:||The Case of Donald Huse|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2003-09-01|