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The only clue that could lead to the arrest of a homicidal killer is a golf ball button, torn from the jacket the killer was wearing, and found next to the horrifyingly mutilated body of a young hooker. There are four owners of jackets with golf ball buttons living in the city. But just when Lepski is sure he has his man, two more horrifying killings occur, and he is faced with the trickiest case he's ever had to solve.

You Must Be Kidding. James Hadley Chase. He initially worked in book sales until, inspired by the rise of gangster culture during the Depression and by reading James M. Despite the American setting of many of his novels, Chase like Peter Cheyney, another hugely successful British noir writer never lived there, writing with the aid of maps and a slang dictionary.

He had phenomenal success with the novel, which continued unabated throughout his entire career, spanning 45 years and nearly 90 novels. His work was published in dozens of languages and over thirty titles were adapted for film. In he moved to France with his wife and son; they later moved to Switzerland, where Chase lived until his death in Chapter Three. Chapter Four. Chapter Five. Chapter Seven. Chapter Eight.

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You Must Be Kidding by James Hadley Chase

He initially worked in book sales until, inspired by the rise of gangster culture during the Depression and by reading James M. Despite the American setting of many of his novels, Chase like Peter Cheyney, another hugely successful British noir writer never lived there, writing with the aid of maps and a slang dictionary. He had phenomenal success with the novel, which continued unabated throughout his entire career, spanning 45 years and nearly 90 novels. His work was published in dozens of languages and over thirty titles were adapted for film.

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