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This is the third in the Lew Bolt and Daphne Matthews police procedural series in Seattle. In this one, the two become involved in solving a case where Daphne’s boy friend, the owner of a large food company with several stores, is being plagued by a product tampering scheme where the tamperer threatens, if the owner doesn’t give up and file bankruptcy and commit suicide, to tamper with some of their food bringing about hundreds of deaths. And he has already managed to kill some innocent people first by putting cholera germs in chicken soup, and later by putting strychnine in food. This is an exciting book involving much cloak and dagger maneuvers in order to find the murderer, since there were no witnesses to his putting contaminated cans back on shelves. Each attack was previewed by a fax written in bad poetry warning that something was going to happen. It’s really a very good case and Cummings does his usual good job with police procedurals.
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Very interesting tho dated wish I had looked at copyright
But it kept me listening