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Carlton Keith - A Gem of a Murder (Original Title: The Diamond-Studded Typewriter) Dell Books 1959 Cover Artist: Harry Schaare "The dead man had a seamy secret life, and a fortune in stolen jewels." Carlton Keith was a pseudonym of Keith Robertson

Murder for Madame'; Adam Knight, 1952 Covert art: Harry Schaare #harryschaare #pulpart Signet #920 http://fineart.ha.com/itm/pulp-pulp-like-digests-and-paperback-art/harry-schaare-american-1922-2008-murder-for-madame-paperback-cover-1952oil-on-board1925-x-1425-in-sight-total-2-items-/a/5185-72283.s

HARRY SCHAARE (American, Murder for Madame, paperback cover, 1952 Oil on board x in. (sight) - Available at 2014 October 17 -

Cover Art By Harry Schaare

A Tempestuous Novel Of Colonial America -- And A Woman Who Defied The Puritan Code