THE BASTARD'S NAME WAS BRISTOW by Jack S. Scott

THE BASTARD'S NAME WAS BRISTOW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

One of those bloody shorter items, Scott's second one, about Lenny Bristow--he sells freezers from house to house and before long stocks one of them with the body of Pilbeam, whose eager wife Lenny has seduced in the knowledge that she has 30,000 ""nicker"" in her knickers. Actually it's in the bank, whence she procures it for them--just before he leaves her lying right next to her husband. The story's as commonplace as fish and chips, but you can scarper through it in no time at all.

Pub Date: June 8th, 1977
Publisher: Harper & Row