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by Ross H. Spencer
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  • Author:
    Ross H. Spencer
  • ISBN:
    089296121X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0892961214
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  • Publisher:
    Mysterious Pr; First Edition edition (May 1, 1985)
  • Subcategory:
    United States
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1985) A novel by Ross H Spencer. Used availability for Ross H Spencer's The Missing Bishop. August 1987 : USA Hardback.

All bets are off when Chicago detective Chance Purdue protects a gambler with a target on his head in this PI parody from the author of The Dada Caper.

Tut Willow to find dear Gladys. All bets are off when Chicago detective Chance Purdue protects a gambler with a target on his head in this PI parody from the author of The Dada Caper. Bet-a-Bunch" Dugan is being hunted by International DADA (Destroy America, Destroy America) conspirators, a terrorist organization out for control of the world's oil market.

Ross H. Spencer (1921–1998) was a mystery author, best known for his series of comic novels that astutely satirized the private eye genre

Ross H. Spencer (1921–1998) was a mystery author, best known for his series of comic novels that astutely satirized the private eye genre. Spencer was born in Hughart, West Virginia, raised in Youngstown, Ohio, and moved back to Youngstown before he died. Spencer served with the 37th Infantry Division during World War II, during the Battle of New Georgia, on the USS Bougainville (CVE-100), and in the Philippines, for which he was awarded a Bronze Star.

But as Tut pulls back the curtain on Gladys’ checkered past-which includes a few racy pictures that’d make a sailor blush-he also discovers that someone doesn’t want her found. Full of laugh-out-loud comedy and the darkest of intrigue, Death Wore Gloves is a lively story, both in and out of bed from an author with a keen sense of humor and a sharp writing style. Top of the line, this one is (The New York Times). This book could have played well at Minsky’s.

Soon after Buzz Deckard, a tough Chicago detective, is hired to find a missing person, Deckard's client mysteriously disappears as well.

Select Format: Hardcover. Soon after Buzz Deckard, a tough Chicago detective, is hired to find a missing person, Deckard's client mysteriously disappears as well. ISBN13:9780445405332. Release Date:October 1986.

The Missing Bishop Spencer, Ross H. Hardcover.

Soon after Buzz Deckard, a tough Chicago detective, is hired to find a missing person, Deckard's client mysteriously disappears as well