The Hand In The Glove – A Dol Bonner Mystery – September 1964

The Hand In The Glove - September 1964 - Front Cover

The Hand In The Glove - September 1964 - Front Cover

The Hand In The Glove - September 1964 - Rear Cover

The Hand In The Glove - September 1964 - Rear Cover

The Hand In The Glove – A Dol Bonner Mystery

A PYRAMID BOOK – published by arrangement with the author

PRINTING HISTORY – Farrar & Rinehart edition published 1937
Pyramid edition published September 1964

Copyright, 1937 by Rex Stout

Rear Cover Text:

Who hanged the host?
It could have been the “mystic” he’d threatened to expose…
It could have been the scientist who wanted two million dollars from him…
It could have been the reporter who’d threatened to kill him…
It could even have been Dol Bonner – and that gave the lethal lady detective a double reason for clearing up the case – fast.

Here’s Rex Stout’s most unusual detective – lovely to look at and hard as nails – in a mystery which is “sophisticated – surprising – ingenious” New York Times

Printed in U.S.A. A PYRAMID BOOK Cover: Paul Bacon Studio

Inside Cover Text:

Countdown for a Killer

“I know you killed Storrs,” Dol said calmly.
“Now you tell me why. You have until I’ve counted twenty, then I will shoot you. One . . .”

Dol Bonner’s methods were unorthodox – it’s certainly unusual to use a pistol as a lie detector – but they had led her through a tangle of false clues and well hidden motives to a showdown with the murderer. The case was closed. . . .

But who was moving behind her on silent feet?

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