Farrago & Farrago edition, published 1996.
There was no direct evidence that Royle had been forced to kill three young men of his own age, and the police had credited them to his murderous ex-employer anyway. Then Albert Brewer, brother of one of the violators turned victim, came out of prison and into money from his last job. Brewer shared information that was not available to the police with George Markham, the father of another of the trio. Royle was a loose end.
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