MATTHEW'S HAND by Charles Larson


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Another case vaguely presided over by television producer Blixen whose actress of the moment, Isabel, abandons work for some activities down at her Mexican Indian uncle's restaurant (Jesus Mary Chavez by name) which may dispose of her altogether. There's a dog's poisoning followed by a body found on a property plus some dismembered parts (remember Matthew's hand -- ""if thy right hand offend thee. . ."") and it all seems to wander all over the lot bigger than any studio's by far even if that is where it will end up some Monday night. It's just that kind of muy hooey.

Pub Date: Nov. 8th, 1974
Publisher: Doubleday