Marty Maxwell, a wealthy, but unhappily single tycoon decides to marry one of his four ex-wives and invites the women to a party to get reacquainted. He also invites Mike Shayne to the party, telling him that he has evidence that one of the women wishes to kill him. When Maxwell, as a practical joke, pretends to be poisoned, Shayne storms out of his apartment, but wishes he had stayed when he learns that his former client had, in fact, been murdered later in the evening.
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I take it you don't ageee with the police that, how shall I say, Ginny's death wasn't an accident?
You take it correctly.
I was told she'd been drinking. She could have fallen.
Oh, come now. If Ginny had fallen every time she'd taken a drink, she couldn't have been able to move... and she had good legs - both of them hollow - but good legs.