THE BULLET-PROOF MARTYR by James A. Howard

THE BULLET-PROOF MARTYR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Paul Kenneth Kans, hired to produce the best public image of William Able Wright, knows how despicable his private life is and his explanation of Kane killing Able reveals, for the police, how such an execution came about. For Wright is in Illinois for a rabble rousing, a crusade of bigoted anti-internationalism, and the events of which he is a part are the means by which Kane's bought loyalty comes apart. A rough revelation of the patterns of hypocrisy and mastery, this delivers the shocks.

Pub Date: May 25th, 1961
Publisher: Dutton