The Mystery of the Pay-Snatchers

By Robert Martin (Reginald Alec Martin)
First Published 1963 by Nelson
Illustrated by Antony Maitland
dustwrapper. Click to enlarge
dustwrapper by
Antony Maitland
for the Nelson edition
When Mike was coshed carrying a satchel of money from his firm to the bank, it seemed like a simple case of a pay-snatch robbery. But was it as simple as it seemed ? Was there not something unusual about the nature of the attack on him - something that called for thorough investigating ?

Although Detective Sergeant Manny Gribbon does his best to dissuade Mike and his young detective brother Jim from following up the case, Mike has a personal interest in this one: in spite of Manny Gribbon they are in it - right up to the hilt.

My copy, copyright Robert Martin 1963: inscribed 1964; Green cloth with black blocking, title and author on spine and front board; 176 numbered pages; b/w frontispiece and three other full-page illustrations; dustwrapper has colour picture of on front and a different one on the spine; my copy price-clipped and no price shown; rear flap advertises The Mystery of the Poisoned Puppet.

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