DEATH IN DON MILLS by Hugh Garner

DEATH IN DON MILLS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Garner, said to be a successful Canadian journalist-novelist, pursues the case of divorced Zelda Greenless--found nude, poisoned first, stabbed later, in her apartment full of wigs, pills and condoms. Grizzled Inspector McDumont, an all too explicit identifier, itemizer, verifier, traces her sad history from alcohol to drugs to young boys down to the giveaway prints on the toilet--you never know, do you? Thorough and unyielding but what's to appeal?

Pub Date: April 21st, 1975
Publisher: McGraw-Hill