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Down-Beat Kill by Peter Chambers
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Down-Beat Kill

by Peter Chambers

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0786280131, Hardcover)

On Saturday night the Double Dee Jay TV Show was a must. It centered on the personality of disc-jockey Donny Jingle, only somebody didn't care for him or his personality . . . somebody who had already taken a shot at him and tried to poison his food. Mark Preston's job was to keep Jingle alive, and his murder did nothing for the private eye's ego.

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The Double Dee Jay TV Show centred around disc-jockey Donny Jingle. Somebody had already tried to shoot and poison him. Mark Preston was drawing a fat fee to keep Jingle alive, so when the news of his murder broke it did nothing for the private eye's ego. Shad Steiner of the Globe could smell big copy. But even he couldn't guess how big.… (more)

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