This is one of the best Zelda Popkin has done. She always manages to get hold of some new tricks; this time its a new drug,...

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SO MUCH BLOOD

This is one of the best Zelda Popkin has done. She always manages to get hold of some new tricks; this time its a new drug, one designed to stop coagulation. The young Doctor who tells the story, a victim of North Africa, talked out of turn and planted the germ of the idea at an oddly assorted houseparty, where everyone hated everyone else. The results; -- death of a psychiatrist, an attempted suicide, a smalltime panderer of stolen information run down by a truck, a millionaire shipbuilder at death's door in Union Station, Washington. Fast-pace -- good reading.

Pub Date: May 24, 1944

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Lippincott

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: May 1, 1944