Ferron was big, tough and ruthless--he'd break your arm as soon as look at you. He had the morals of a tomcat and the instincts of a rattlesnake. But Ferron was sitting pretty. In New York City he had Lydia --a gorgeous redhead who loved him to distraction. Upstate he had Amy--lovely, virginal and wealthy; she could hardly wait till they were married. In the trunk of his battered car he had one hundred thousand dollars. --And he had literally gotten away with murder! Ferron was very lucky. Then ... more info>>
Just out of the mental asylum, no one could blame heavyweight boxer, Barney Mandell, a little overindulgence at a tavern. And when a hot little number wanted to sleep with him, well it had been two years since he was a free man. But Barney remembered his wife, Gale, and thinks he told the cheap floozy that he'd have to pass. But Barney's mind hadn't been working so well lately. So when he finds her later that night in his hotel room naked and dead, he's not really sure if he killed her or not. B... more info>>
What had he done? Jim took a quick shot of whiskey and stood eyeing the girl in the bed--She was all too real, too warm, and entirely too luscious--but last night was a blank--The answer came in 24 hours when Jim Charters, nice guy and home-loving type, went home to his wife to find himself the fugitive from a grisly game of death--a nightmare that had started with a "night on the town" and wound up with multiple murders!