Bill Fenwick, criminal lawyer, is becoming a mouthpiece for mobsters, when his brother George, a Justice Department investigator, is killed by mob chief Edward Selton. In atonement, Bill leaves his practice and his venal girlfriend and goes undercover in Nevada to investigate a scheme for "laundering" stolen gold bullion. He starts making progress when he pursues attractive Virginia, who's somehow involved with the gang; in fact, unknown to Bill, she's Selton's sister. Written by
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RICHARD DIX in the story of a crime "mouth-piece" who turned on the killers he had defended.
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As Virginia and Mr. Reynolds are driving toward the ranch, right before they run out of gas, Mr. Reynolds comments how pretty the stars are in the sky. Behind them, you can see the daylight sky. After they run out of gas, it is dark, and then when they are rescued by Mr. Galt, the sky is light again. See more