SEE NOTHING. . . SAY NOTHING by Patricia Carlon

SEE NOTHING. . . SAY NOTHING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A ten minute joyride turns into manslaughter as two teenagers hit-and-run. This then meticulously traces the aftermath as Julius and Barry try to find the old woman whose dog they also killed, who may or may not have seen them. And finally it leads to murder as Barry becomes obsessed with the need to destroy all evidence. As taut as the youngsters' nerves and an indictment of the too typical community whose see-nothing-say-nothing attitude precipitates further disasters.

Pub Date: Sept. 30th, 1968
Publisher: Walker