THE MAN WHO LOVED ZOOS by Malcolm Bosse
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THE MAN WHO LOVED ZOOS

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From the moment when a whole bus load of passengers are found dead, and a young Viet vet (he's the zoo watcher) rifles their pockets to lift what he can -- you'll want to leave the driving to Mr. Bosse even if you won't know where he's taking you. There's a short, heavy, lonely, obsessed man who's an art dealer but also an agent and, on the other hand, a librarian-astrologist who reads people in conjunction with just what's happening. Mr. Bosse's urgent entertainment has a lot going for it and a lot going on -- it's also likable, literate and full of startling side effects.

Pub Date: June 25th, 1974
Publisher: Putnam