Maid To Murder by Roy Vickers (1950)

When Bruce Habershon came down with a fever, his motherly secretary sends him home to bed with “hot lemon and aspirins.” On the way he picks up some quinine to keep his fever down, then proceeds to dose himself several times in the interim—and starts to feel “pretty fuzzy” about certain events. Along the way …

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