The Corpse With Sticky Fingers

The Corpse With Sticky Fingers The chic display window at Graham s was white on white until a bloody corpse turned up at the feet of the pretty mannequin Inspector Schmidt was called in just in time to find a second body the one

  • Title: The Corpse With Sticky Fingers
  • Author: George Bagby
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 332
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The chic display window at Graham s was white on white until a bloody corpse turned up at the feet of the pretty mannequin Inspector Schmidt was called in, just in time to find a second body, the one with the sticky fingers From the president to the stockboy the vast department store paniced A killer was amongst them Through the babel of buiness routine and the eerie hThe chic display window at Graham s was white on white until a bloody corpse turned up at the feet of the pretty mannequin Inspector Schmidt was called in, just in time to find a second body, the one with the sticky fingers From the president to the stockboy the vast department store paniced A killer was amongst them Through the babel of buiness routine and the eerie hours when danger seemed to lurk in every sheeted counter of the darkened store, Schmitty plugged on, determined to unearth the killer, crouched and ready to kill.

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    957 thoughts on “The Corpse With Sticky Fingers

    • Frankly this reads to me like a parody of a fifty's hard boiled police procedural. The writing is at best serviceable although it not infrequently sinks to being leaden. The plot is so full of holes it resembles a piece of Swiss cheese. None of the characters rise above the status of cardboard cutout. Even given the context of the time the writing is notably misogynistic and homophobic although it does avoid adding racist to that list of failings due to the lack of any acknowledged characters of [...]


    • Another blind alley in my search for readable mid-20th century police procedurals. Much more a medicore traditional whodunit (complete with Watson) whose only distinction is its setting (a major department store) which all you youngsters will find pleasantly bizarre. Yes, in 1955 it was not at all odd for a Macys-like store in a major non-hick city to have a sporting goods store complete with guns The noble SG department worker didn't do it.


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