Lieutenant Luke Bradley

by Hugh Pentecost

A New York City Police homicide inspector conceals a hair-trigger temper, and a fierce dedication to duty, with an aloof wise-cracking manner. With Sergeant Rube Snyder at his side, Luke Bradley’s investigations lead him through dreary slums and five-star hotels. Written by Hugh Pentecost, a pen name of prolific Judson P. Philips, who maintained an output of mystery novels under both names that eclipsed what most authors produce in a lifetime.

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