Perry Mason #33: The Case Of The Dubious Bridegroom by Erle Stanley Gardner (Cardinal, 1959)

Title: The Case Of The Dubious Bridegroom
Author: Erle Stanley Gardner
Imprint & Number: Cardinal C-376
Cover price: .35
Publication date: 10/1959
Cover artist: Charles Binger

From the GOSSIP COLUMN of a Leading Newspaper:

‘What prominent lawyer received the mitten in front of his office building last night? Who was the mysterious blond spitfire who swung one from the hip and left him groggy?’

The columnist knew that Perry Mason was the lawyer. But neither the columnist nor Mason knew who the girl was.

She was as good-looking a dame as Perry had ever run into. She could hit hard and run fast.

The only trouble was that soon after she socked Perry, an energetic but dubious bridegroom walked into the great lawyer’s office, asked for help in his marital affairs, and left Perry with a sizzling murder case on his hands!

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