THE CADAVER OF GIDEON WYCK by Alexander Laing

THE CADAVER OF GIDEON WYCK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Not strictly a mystery. Should be sold to the audience that liked WEREWOLF OF PARTS, though this deals more with abnormalities and perversions than with sex. An unpleasant, gruesome story of a mad doctor, and the reader gets his fill of demon-belief, unnatural crimes, strange experiments. Not for the squeamish -- but it is so well done that it carries suspense and is morbidly fascinating.

Pub Date: Jan. 16th, 1934
Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart