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Jacob Mandra had a million-dollar apartment on the fringe of Chinatown . . . and a reputation.
Early one morning they found him dead. And a few hours later Terry Clane found himself in the District Attorney's office - by request. The District Attorney began asking strange questions that Terry Clane didn't care to answer, and when Terry finally sailed out of the D.A.'s office he realised that he and some of his friends were involved in the Mandra murder . . . up to their necks.