POOR, POOR, OPHELIA by Carolyn Weston

POOR, POOR, OPHELIA

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KIRKUS REVIEW

College cop Casey and career cop Krug make their first appearance here with the shaggy ease of old timers while they track the murderer of a lovely waif, Holly Berry, whose sodden remains are found in the waters off Santa Monica. The suspect, a young corporation lawyer, sprints ahead on a trail that leads through the drug-rock scene, a boatyard, a sadist's refuge with a welter of clues from keys to car trunks. The plot does get thick, but Ophelia's fast and more than fair.

Pub Date: Feb. 1st, 1971
Publisher: Random House