The Bad Samaritan by William Campbell Gault

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The Bad Samaritan

Newly rich, married, and bored, Brock investigates an upper-class tragedy.

'[Gault] writes with passion, beauty, and with an ineffable sadness which has previously been found only in Raymond Chandler.' -- Dorothy B. Hughes, author of In a Lonely Place.

Newly rich, married, and bored, Brock investigates an upper-class tragedy.

'[Gault] writes with passion, beauty, and with an ineffable sadness which has previously been found only in Raymond Chandler.' -- Dorothy B. Hughes, author of In a Lonely Place.
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