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A waitress in a favorite restaurant of Mason's runs out in the middle of the lunch rush, leaving behind her pricey mink coat. But this is only the first question in a cop-killer case that traps Mason's client with both an impossible story and the murder weapon. With Perry as a prime suspect with a blazing gunpowder trail that leads straight to the heart of the police department....

©1980 Jean Bethel Gardner; 1952 Erle Stanley Gardner (P)2017 Brilliance Audio

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Such a good series!

I have read/listened to all 50 audio books that were still available through Audible/Kindle a t least 3 times or more. Alexander Cendese did a great job of narrating these books. I sure wish the other 30 books were still availabe with Alexander Cendese as narrator. I have found a few more books in the Perry Mason Series through the Open Library but of course without the audible performance, I read them and as I was reading them I could hear in my mind Alexander Cendese's voice doing all the characters....sure hope the rest of the series is re-released with him as narrator. I missed him while I was reading them... (Note: There is one of the Perry Mason books available through audible, "The Beautiful Begger", but it is abridged and with a different narrator --I didn't like the change in narrators-- I kept hearing Alexander Cendese's voice in my head instead of the other narrator and I couldn't get use to the difference!!!!Besides it was also abridged--which I absolutely throughly do not like. I want the full story!

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one of the best

I enjoy listening to the fine performances of the p mason stories, and this is one of the best combinations of story and performance in the series. rdeco