18. February 2014 · Comments Off · Categories: Adult Books, Fiction, Mystery, Tracy

The Case of the Ice Cold Hands by Erle Stanley Gardner, 179 pages, read by Tracy, on 02/15/2014

Supposed You had Embezzeld Some Money –
and bet it on the nose on a long shot, at fifty to one. And the horse came in first. With your winnings you could easily replace the money you had embezzled and still have a big profit. But when you went to cash in your winning tickets, your employer was there with a cop to arrest you for embezzlement – and to take over your winnings. According to him, the money had always been his and the fact that you had made a lucky bet and intended to replace the money you had “borrowed” wouldn’t stop you from going to jail or him from collecting the profits. Would that be cause for murder?

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