DIAL 577 R-A-P-E by Lillian O'Donnell

DIAL 577 R-A-P-E

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Lillian O'Donnell's Detective Norah Mulcahaney, much like Dorothy Uhnak's Christie Opara, is self-sufficient and sympathetic in her regulation uniform but particularly indignant when Earl Dana gets off after his identification by the gift whom he has raped and ruined. She pursues other earlier silent victims, adds suicide and murder to the charge, and faces clown the man who has fathered and furthered his crimes. Dial 123 O-K-A-Y.

Pub Date: May 24th, 1974
Publisher: Putnam