I Know a Trick Worth Two of That
Sam Holt spent years playing Packard, everyone’s favorite TV-detective; he’s got no desire to play sleuth in real life. But when a long-lost pal calls with a rant about conspiracies, sinister cargo ships and hit men and then gets poisoned at a party full of Holt’s closest friends—there doesn’t seem to be a lot of choice. Sure, Holt could leave it to the cops and cross his fingers. But Packard would never have taken such a weenie’s way out. And Holt, to his astonishment, finds that he can’t either.
With a new introduction by Donald Westlake written especially for the Felony & Mayhem edition.
Who's Likely to Like This
Fans of Lawrence Block's "Burglar" series
“In a field where amateur detectives are a dime a dozen, here’s one worth at least a buck”—New York Times