Robert Allison Bob Wade (1920-present) and H. Bill Miller (1920-61) penned their vels using the joint pseudonym of Wade Miller. Orson Welles' ir classic Touch of Evil was adapted from their vel, Badge of Evil. In Murder - Queen High, Barselow was used to having his orders obeyed in Azure City. But when he gave orders that the Queen must be found, he ran into unexpected opposition. For there were others determined to find the Queen . . .Determined to risk their sanity, their very lives, to find her. There was Faye Jordan - she of the sensuous figure and the mind to match. And there was Mr. Trim - the fabulous Mr. Trim . . . There was John Henry Cover, and the curvy, swervy girl called Sin, who had other things on their minds until a wounded mobster burst into their cottage and forced then to join the hunt. And when the waiter brought them the Queen of Diamonds instead of the tab at lunch the next day, they knew they were playing for keeps.