THE MAN WHO LIKED TO LOOK AT HIMSELF by K. C. Constantine

THE MAN WHO LIKED TO LOOK AT HIMSELF

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Another case out of Rocksburg, Penna. -- hunting and farming country and the not particularly attractive preserve of Chief of Police Balzic -- this time that of a dog with a bone, an adult hip bone finally traced to its owner, long disappeared Frank Gallic whose partner is a butcher and whose sister had been involved with him. So monosyllabic it rarely rises above the literal crunch and the story's equally reducible to a skeletal plot in either sense of the word.

Pub Date: Dec. 1st, 1973
Publisher: Saturday Review Press--dist. by Dutton