Million Dollar Tramp

Million Dollar Tramp The femme was fatal She was rich red haired and ready for anything Her name was Fidelia and she was a tempting bit of woman even without the three million dollars she was to inherit Only wherever she

  • Title: Million Dollar Tramp
  • Author: William Campbell Gault
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 358
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The femme was fatal She was rich, red haired and ready for anything Her name was Fidelia and she was a tempting bit of woman even without the three million dollars she was to inherit Only wherever she went and she went everywhere murder seemed to follow.That s how I came into the picture My name is Joe Puma I m a private investigatorShe hired me to scare off the The femme was fatal She was rich, red haired and ready for anything Her name was Fidelia and she was a tempting bit of woman even without the three million dollars she was to inherit Only wherever she went and she went everywhere murder seemed to follow.That s how I came into the picture My name is Joe Puma I m a private investigatorShe hired me to scare off the wolves I m big for my age, handy with my fists and a fool for trouble especially when it looks at me the way Fidelia did It wasn t any picnic, though.Three million bucks wrapped in a prize package like Fidelia was powerful bait Deadly, in fact But some guys were just too greedy They wouldn t give up even if it killed them or me.

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    About "William Campbell Gault"

    1. William Campbell Gault

      William Campbell Gault 1910 1995 was a critically acclaimed pulp novelist Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, he took seven years to graduate from high school Though he was part of a juvenile gang, he wrote poetry in his spare time, signing it with a girl s name lest one of his friends find it He sold his first story in 1936, and built a great career writing for pulps like Paris Nights, Scarlet Adventures, and the infamous Black Mask In 1939, Gault quit his job and started writing fulltime.When the success of his pulps began to fade in the 1950s, Gault turned to longer fiction, winning an Edgar Award for his first mystery, Don t Cry for Me 1952 , which he wrote in twenty eight days He created private detectives Brock Callahan and Joe Puma, and also wrote juvenile sports books like Cut Rate Quarterback 1977 and Wild Willie, Wide Receiver 1974 His final novel was Dead Pigeon 1992 , a Brock Callahan mystery.Series Brock The Rock Callahan Joe Puma

    178 thoughts on “Million Dollar Tramp”

    1. Gault had two long-running detective series, one featuring former football star Brock Callahan and one featuring Joe Puma, both of whom worked out of the Los Angeles area. "Million Dollar Tramp" is the sixth of Gault's Joe Puma novels and they are all good.Joe Puma was but one of a large number of private investigators that the 1950's gave birth to. He was just like many others, a lone operator, a wisecracking son of a gun operating on instinct and intuition as much as intellect, and always a li [...]


    2. Joe Puma's case snowballs into multiple murders. Lively plot and some intense action; Characters are strong and fleshed out. Ending, like most Puma novels, comes quickly and out of the blue. Did not guess the ending, but playing with the possibilities is half the fun. Recommended.


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