In MARY HIGGINS CLARK's "A Clean Sweep," a man loses his life after winning the lottery... and Willy and Alvirah try to find out who punched his ticket.
MICKEY FRIEDMAN proves that vanity comes before a fall in "Bad Haircut."
STANLEY COHEN puts a new twist on the eternal battle between tenants and landlords in "How Much Justice Can You Afford?"
And THOMAS CHASTAIN reveals the perils of eavesdropping in "Tete-a Tete."
...plus six more outstanding tales set against the grimy streets and grand skyscrapers of New York City--from The Adams Round Table, a gathering of the most celebrated authors in mystery and suspense fiction.