A CHILD'S GARDEN OF DEATH by Richard Forrest

A CHILD'S GARDEN OF DEATH

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KIRKUS REVIEW

No Forbidden Games by a long shot--three children and an expensive doll and then an adult male with odd dental work and a female are dug up in Connecticut along with a pre-W.W. II trailer. This gives the crime years to grow on since it apparently went unnoticed 30 years ago. An English professor (who had lost his own child) and his wife and a local police chief investigate but although this is seeded with curiosity to begin with, the case is less interesting as it goes along and goes back to a factory foreman and a lot of money. Pleasantly all right until you jump into your bed.

Pub Date: Nov. 1st, 1975
Publisher: Bobbs-Merrill