Reminiscent of his first and still best, In the Heat of the Night, this is a neat missing personshomicide investigation...

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THE EYES OF BUDDHA

Reminiscent of his first and still best, In the Heat of the Night, this is a neat missing personshomicide investigation which severely taxes the deductive skills of well-mannered Virgil Tibbs. A decomposed female corpse found in a Pasadena park is believed at first to be that of a young heiress, Doris Friedkin, who vanished a year ago. Dental records prove otherwise--the victim's Nancy Kallman from New Brunswick, N.J.--yet the two cases are somehow linked and methodically baffling

Pub Date: July 15, 1976

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Little, Brown

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: July 1, 1976