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The Bamboo Blonde

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Publication date: February 2011
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When Con Satterlee picked up the half-intoxi­cated blonde in the Bamboo Bar, Griselda was annoyed. When he walked out with the blonde, leaving Griselda flat, she was furious. She was frightened, too, returning alone to the isolated, ramshackle beach cottage. And this was to have been their second honeymoon! Con came back rattling a handful of shells which he said he had taken from the blonde's revolver. But the blonde didn't come back. The police found her corpse the next morning. And then Con was arrested. That left Griselda alone, behind a door with a lock that a bent hairpin could open. Quite defenseless, she had to face the sinister Major Pembrooke, who wanted something from Con; beautiful, lying Kathie; Dare, so very possessive as far as Con was concerned; and the debonair Kew, who was intent on helping Griselda, for selfish reasons.

It was super-colossal and it took that colossal Tibetan detective, Chin Kwang Kham, to reduce it to simple murder and make the murderer visible to all.

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The Bamboo Blonde PDF (Adobe DRM) download by Dorothy B Hughes
Gate Way Publishers, February 2011
ISBN: 9781936432240
EAN:  9781936432240
PDF (Adobe DRM)
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Gate Way Publishers, February 2011
ISBN: 9781936432240
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