Martinis and Murder Author:Henry Kane PETER CHAMBERS private eye, six foot two of muscle and guts, with a fondness for ready cash and ready women. He had both now--a $5000 fee to find a killer and a regular jigsaw of beautiful curves. — There was Lolita, Greenwich Village club singer, the reluctant girl friend of Andrew Grant--Mr. Syndicate himself. There was Edith, jewelry designer ... more »with a million-dollar brain and a shape to match. And there was Dorothy, who was too young and too lovely to be married to a senile professor.
Chambers knew he had to dodge the curves in his search for a straight road to the killer. So he swore off dames, took a deadly plunge at the Syndicate--and nearly landed on his head in a dead-end street called Death.« less