The Case of the Nervous AccompliceLarge Print - 1992
Mason makes an exception and accepts a case involving marital problems. The difference is that Sybil Harlan wants to keep her husband. Her plan requires that Mason purchase stock in George Lutts's company, regardless of the price. This will put her unfaithful husband in precarious financial straits and prevent his leaving her. However, Lutts is murdered with Sylvia's gun, and Mason is on more familiar ground, defending a client accused of murder.
Publisher: South Yarmouth, MA : Curley Pub., 1992, c1955
Edition: LARGE PRINT ED
Characteristics: viii, 264 p. ; 24 cm