A SINGULAR FURY by Howard Oleck

A SINGULAR FURY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is the first case for trial lawyer Sam Benedict dealing with his defense of a prim, proper young wife accused of killing her equally correct husband. She doesn't remember anything, but once you get through a certain amount of loose filler, Sam connects her known medical history of premenstrual tension with that fashionable new disease, hypoglycemia, and her unaccountable conduct by the light of the moon. . . . This has been copyrighted by MGM so you can get the picture--and it's written in smooth telespeak.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1968
Publisher: World