MR. BOWLING BUYS A NEWSPAPER by Donald Henderson

MR. BOWLING BUYS A NEWSPAPER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Mr. Bowling finds his first murder simple, worthwhile, and continues his original course to make up for his pointless life, killing, for little or no reason, four more people and then, finding the love of his life, scurries in fear to cover up the last. He is saved by her alibiing him, but thoroughly warned by the police, who have found his past actions suspicious. Pantastic but psychologically interesting and effective.

Pub Date: Jan. 27th, 1943
Publisher: Random House