The Gray Brotherhood by Henry Leverage was first published in the pulp mag "The Blue Book Magazine" in 1920.
"A man gets off the boat in New York harbor, takes a taxi to his Manhattan hotel, but instead shows up dead on top of a freight car in Poughkeepsie. It's up to Chester Fay to solve this ticklish problem which touches on issues of international diplomacy. Entertaining and a fantastic conclusion."
Interesting (ok, maybe not so interesting) note: when I was doing research for the cover, I had to look up pistols circa 1920. I actually didn't know they looked so modern. For some reason, I just thought 1920 pistols would look "old," but they pretty much look the same as today. So even though the cover looks very modern, it's all 1920's.
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