BUSH BABY by Martin Woodhouse

BUSH BABY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Even if it hasn't got the snappy action highlights of his earlier Tree Frog (1966; p. 647) this establishes Mr. Woodhouse as a precise, controlled espionalogical spy spinner. This time Dr. Yeoman finds himself with one dead scientist and one seemingly uncomplicated lazar beam. But Bush Baby turns out to be an atomic bomb that can really be under home control in the most literal sense. There's a twenty-two-year-old bomb disposal expert livening up the landscape and enough up-tight fall-outs to keep an audience from lazar-faire.

Pub Date: June 4th, 1968
Publisher: Coward-McCann