THE ORDER OF DEATH by Hugh Fleetwood

THE ORDER OF DEATH

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Colin Wilson country--a hideosity about Fred, a policeman, who has imposed a symmetry of some sort by carving up five narcotics officers with a bread knife. He also keeps a solitary pied-a-terre for narcissistic indulgences, though co-copper Bob comes there on occasion. So does a junior creep called Smith who claims to be the Cop Killer (he's almost as sick as Fred). He's kept tied up in the bathroom until--after Bob's disposition--he helps to put Fred out of his misery and anyone else who's gone this far with even less justification.

Pub Date: Nov. 1st, 1976
Publisher: Simon & Schuster