SQUARE DANCE by John Wainwright

SQUARE DANCE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Ex-policeman Wainwright, who is a British primitive in speech as well as action, assembles -- on the day of the prison release of Harry Ogden who served ten years for the murder of his friend's wife -- that friend and his new, older, richer wife, Harry's sister, Harry's own wife Pamela, and a detective who suspects justice was not served while Harry did time. The situation is combustible enough to hold your interest if the rough vernacular doesn't run interference.

Pub Date: April 9th, 1975
Publisher: St. Martin's