A CASE OF NEED by Jeffrey Hudson

A CASE OF NEED

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This, well not highminded but highpowered account does a work up of the legal and moral aspects of abortion without rubber gloves, namely following the death of the daughter of a prominent Boston family. Under arrest is one Art Lee, a medical maverick known to have justified and performed abortions, while kept under wraps is everything which involves Karen Randall. . . a Smith girl who seems to have been living off campus, on drugs, and with black and white studs. Acting on behalf of Lee is his friend John Barry, a pathologist, and he suspects the findings of the autopsy--Karen had not been pregnant but. . . . Not for the lavender and Lavoris readership of Dr. Kildare, but in its drastic fashion quite, quite readable.

Pub Date: Aug. 5th, 1968
ISBN: 0451210638
Publisher: New American Library