KILL IS A FOUR-LETTER WORD by Aaron Marc Stein

KILL IS A FOUR-LETTER WORD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

. . . so is fool, an apt designation for Matt Erridge in this one as his shipboard romance turns as treacherous as hurricane surf. Meet the Grantland clan; Grandpa who rules with money and power and has a passion for improving the family bloodline: Mom, his daughter, who loves raw, bloody meat and hunting dogs and finally ""Spook,"" the lovely grandaughter, intent on hiding a murderous stowaway. The stowaway turns out to be a lost relative bent on erasing Gramps and Mum and it all ties in with a Nazi past and one of Grandpa's stock-improving deals. Kill Is a Four-Letter Word. . . so is bore.

Pub Date: July 26th, 1968
Publisher: Doubleday