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Naughty But Dead(1962)
(A book in the Erik March series)
A novel by G G Fickling
ERIK MARCH is a personal consultant/private investigator for large corporations in and around the Hollywood/Los Angeles area. He attributes his success to "the opposite sex, Ovaltine, and money. "He is a 35-year-old, 6-foot tall, 180 lb., red headed Irish man with moss green eyes. He grew up in a crummy orphanage in New York, was wounded at Bastogne during WWII, and made it to the 1948 Olympic boxing finals as an amateur light heavyweight. He drives a sea green Chrysler "300" convertible with a white top, packs a Webley .38-calibre revolver, and has a swanky office suite in Hollywood across the street from NBC. His secretary is a pretty, petite French gal named Tiny Glory Picard. His contact on the police force is the older and grimmer Lt. Joe Steel, thin as a rail but a handsome fellow and an okay guy, most of the time.
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