How Goes the Murder?

byEllery Queen

Kobo ebook | September 22, 2015

How Goes the Murder? by Ellery Queen
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The 1-eyed detective Tim Corrigan tears New York apart in search of an assassin

Tim Corrigan was the toughest detective in the NYPD before he joined the army, and fighting in Korea didn’t make him any softer. He returned with an eye patch and a sidekick: a tough-as-nails GI named Chuck Baer, who picked up a private investigator’s license in order to keep an eye on his old foxhole buddy. In a fair fight, these 2 veterans could take down any hoodlum in New York. But the man they’re up against doesn’t fight fair.
 
Running for state senate, liberal lawyer Art Cough is halfway through a stump speech when he’s interrupted by a right-wing heckler from the anticommunist group known as PUFF. Before Cough can resume, a shot rings out. He falls dead, and the killer disappears into the crowd. To catch the sniper, Corrigan and Baer will have to go to war once more.

Title:How Goes the Murder?Format:Kobo ebookPublished:September 22, 2015Publisher:MysteriousPress.com/Open RoadLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1504019202

ISBN - 13:9781504019200

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The 1-eyed detective Tim Corrigan tears New York apart in search of an assassin Tim Corrigan was the toughest detective in the NYPD before he joined the army, and fighting in Korea didn’t make him any softer. He returned with an eye patch and a sidekick: a tough-as-nails GI named Chuck Baer, who picked up a private investigator’s license in order to keep an eye on his old foxhole buddy. In a fair fight, these 2 veterans could take down any hoodlum in New York. But the man they’re up against doesn’t fight fair. Running for state senate, liberal lawyer Art Cough is halfway through a stump speech when he’s interrupted by a right-wing heckler from the anticommunist group known as PUFF. Before Cough can resume, a shot rings out. He falls dead, and the killer disappears into the crowd. To catch the sniper, Corrigan and Baer will have to go to war once more.