Stan Gifford was America's most beloved comedian. It showed in the ratings -- 40 million people watched the ever-smiling comedian crack his jokes. And those same 80 million eyes saw him die on camera. It looked like part of the act, but the joke was on Gifford.
Now 87th Precinct detectives Meyer and Carella aren't amused -- America might have loved Gifford's on-air personality, but everyone who worked for him had a reason to want him dead.
This paperback is in fair condition with some spine creases, a cover crease, a cut on the back cover that goes through to the last few pages, and a reader's crease. A good reading copy.