Barlow's one of those police perquisites via television--the BBC where he's been appearing for twelve years--although this...

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BARLOW COMES TO JUDGEMENT

Barlow's one of those police perquisites via television--the BBC where he's been appearing for twelve years--although this is an original for the equivalent readership. In this no-word-wasted procedural he follows up on the body of a man located by dogs and the dynamite photograph which implicates a judge of the Queen's bench (a ""bent judge"") with a known criminal. All of this is compacted in the shorter form--like that ""alright"" Barlow steadily uses and which also applies to this kind of teleprompted material.

Pub Date: March 3, 1976

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: St. Martin's

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1976