THE BASTARD by John Wainwright

THE BASTARD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Running off at the mouth--a rough one--P. C. Cameron goes off to nab his old rival-enemy Goodwin with the help of a detective inspector whom he hates about equally. After Cameron snarls (sloppily and repetitiously) in ""anger, hatred, contempt,"" you-name-it, with perhaps good reason, he leaves the D.I., both legs broken, to die in his own muck. If you enjoy watching Charles Bronson, you might want to read this.

Pub Date: March 7th, 1977
Publisher: St. Martin's