THE BABY MERCHANTS by Lillian O'Donnell

THE BABY MERCHANTS

By
Email this review

KIRKUS REVIEW

Lillian O'Donnell really settled down for the better when she found policewoman Norah Mulcahaney who, in this fourth time around, is mostly concerned with having or getting a baby. Providentially, too providentially, she's given a three-year-old to adopt and before long she and her husband Joe are threatened by another kind of Family--they want Joe to drop a narcotics-murder investigation. There's that, and all kinds of other people involved in the grey baby market from a doctor to a lawyer to an agency with disappearing personnel. Comfortably uncomfortable and not too softshelled for fathers as well as mothers.

Pub Date: June 25th, 1975
ISBN: 0595229964
Publisher: Putnam