HELP, PLEASE by Edith-Jane Bahr

HELP, PLEASE

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Elizabeth, a widow, is unable to do anything about the muffled plea of a young girl in a passing car, later found raped and dead. But she is the instrument used by the local police to get a bead on her killer -- a psychopath -- who can now only too easily identify her as she makes those dangerous trips back and forth to the school where she teaches. Likable small-town stuff for the ladies and worth at least one bitten fingernail.

Pub Date: Feb. 14th, 1974
Publisher: Doubleday