BODY BLOW by Kenneth Hopkins

BODY BLOW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Elderly, scholarly Dr. Blow and Professor Manciple (cf.She Died Because ... Dead A gainst My Principles,) again offer their unsolicited services and poseas agents of M.I. 5 following Dr. Blow's receipt of the body of a woman in lieu of a collection of rare books. The case itself is deliberately improbable (the deceased had died, choking on a roll of microfilm and is to be read as a parody of the genre; it is By-Jove-ially British from beginning to end....Bit of a bore, but not bloody at all.

Pub Date: April 26th, 1965
Publisher: Holt, Rinehart & Winston