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I did really like a lot of it though. Loved the bit with Faye and Murdock and the thugs.
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Trying to help a model, a fashion photographer exposes a sinister plot. A marina owner gets caught up in a murder investigationThe girl in the water is unfamiliar to Don MacLaren. The photo in Fashion Parade galls Jerry Nason. This is odd since, as the owner of the island's only boat dock, he knows everyone who steps foot on the small spit of land.
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George Harmon Coxe (April 23, 1901 – January 31, 1984) was an American writer of crime fiction. He is perhaps best known for his series featuring crime scene photographer Jack "Flashgun" Casey, which became a popular radio show airing through to the 1940s. Coxe started writing around 1922, initially working as a newspaperman and penning stories for nickel-and-dime pulp fiction publications. To maximize his earnings, he originally wrote in many genres, including romance and adventure stories
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Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. The Fifth Key: A Classic Mystery Novel. by George Harmon Coxe. When Kent Murdock, news cameraman who doubles as a private eye, steps into a case there’s always plenty of fast talk and fast action. But even Kent didn't bargain for the singing slugs and flying fists that dogged his trail in the bedroom murder of New York’s most beautiful radio writer - who handed out keys to her apartment like a salesman hands out samples. It was only reasonable that Kent should be trailed by trouble - for this time he was both detective and chief suspect!