Spine somewhat slanted w/ one crease, minor edgewear/bumping, crease on back cover, "20" on free endpaper, chip at p. 22. Text is yellowing, but clean and unmarked.
"Perry Mason desperately needed information about his client and her father who was in prison, convicted of stealing $396,751.36 from a bank. The money had never been recovered. The one man who might have the facts Mason needed was Jordan L. Ballard. So Mason went to Ballard's house, hoping to confirm some suspicions. Hardly had Mason returned to his office when Paul Drake called to report that Ballard had been murdered. And, said Drake, a witness had seen a tall, broad-shouldered man leaving the house. According to the witness, the man had looked just like Perry Mason!"; 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall