THE BANK WITH THE BAMBOO DOOR by Dolores Hitchens

THE BANK WITH THE BAMBOO DOOR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A Southern California town and a once Japanese neighborhood where a bank sports a bamboo door draws a graduate student into big time thievry. His quiet presence accelerates the pace of tragic involvements that exist just under the surface of the self satisfied community. Only a masterly mystery chef could cook up a bank robbery spiced with murder, blackmail as well as narcotics and make you like swallowing it. Blue plate special for the girls.

Pub Date: March 12th, 1965
Publisher: Simon & Schuster