THE DEEP BLUE GOOD-BY by John D. MacDonald

THE DEEP BLUE GOOD-BY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

McGee, graying around the edges of his sideburns (at least he talks that way), assumes his simplest job to date. It's a search-and-destroy mission against one Junior Allen who comes out of prison with some money which belonged to lifer Kerr, whose daughter is one of two consecutive, willing victims. With The Dreadful Lemon Sky way up there on the best-seller list, you don't need to wonder or even think about the fact that the story reduces to less than he's ever handled. After all there's still that lovely sheen of sun and sex which is what counts most.
Pub Date: Sept. 8th, 1975
ISBN: 0449223833
Page count: 309pp
Publisher: Lippincott
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Sept. 1st, 1975




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