SHE SHOULD HAVE CRIED ON MONDAY by E. S. Russell

SHE SHOULD HAVE CRIED ON MONDAY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Julie Houseman loses her baby and subsequently decides to shed her husband and gain complete control of their property. However, it does not help the cause when she is spotted frolicking in the local high school storeroom with the black leather jacketed Chemistry teacher (a very liberal arts school). Later she is caught flowering in the greenhouse (same teacher) and is killed by assailant unknown. . . the police suspect her husband who is defended by neighbors and a sympathetic workman who ""t'inks"" ""t'ings"" through. Met'inks dis is pretty schtupid.

Pub Date: Sept. 20th, 1968
Publisher: Doubleday