Jack's Return Home means a fight on just about every other page in this slaphappy thriller that knocks itself out after the...

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JACK'S RETURN HOME

Jack's Return Home means a fight on just about every other page in this slaphappy thriller that knocks itself out after the first couple of chapters. Jack is back to avenge the death of his brother Frank and since Jack's a big mob man from London, he knows where the action is. Not all of it though. . . he didn't know that Frank's daughter Doreen was the star of some hometown movies that were curious (blue). It's a dreary, dismal hit and run game.

Pub Date: April 3, 1970

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Doubleday

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: April 1, 1970