Policeman's Dread Author:John Creasey Pressure is Bad for the Nerves — Scotland Yard was worried. Case after case was falling apart in court because of shaky police evidence -- evidence that should have been simple and straightforward. Roger West suspected bribery. — Then came the strange case of Constable Birwitz who, it developed, had been receiving vicious anonymous... more » letters, and claimed that that was why he fumbled in the witness box.
Was it coincidence? Or was there a poison pen, rather than money at work? And for whom? Dangerous questions, and some of the answers were -- sheer murder.« less