Death on the Highway by Clifton Robbins

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Death on the Highway

The steady growth of Clay Harrison’s reputation as a private investigator has led to a crop of invitations to speak at groups and societies across the country. After one such function, in the church hall of a Surrey village, a tramp is found murdered by the side of the road and Harrison is compelled to investigate.

What he does not know is that this seemingly random event in a sleepy English village will eventually take him to France, to the coastal town of La Plage, where he will expose an international crime gang end up face-to-face with his most dangerous enemy yet.

Death on the Highway is the third book by Clifton Robbins to feature barrister-turned-detective, Clay Harrison, and his faithful clerk, Henry. It was first published in 1933 but had been out of print for more than 80 years before being rediscovered and reissued in this new edition.

Publisher: Canelo Digital Publishing Ltd ISBN: 9781911420040 Pages: 220