DEATH AND THE GENTLE BULL by Richard & Frances Lockridge

DEATH AND THE GENTLE BULL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Captain Heimrich starts at the edges and nibbles around the problem of a Putnam County stock farm owner's death from ""the biggest blunt object ever heard of"", a prize Angus Aberdeen bull. The loss of his reputation for gentleness; the importance of his real soggy International championship; the affairs of the farm and the heirs' wishes to pull out; another killing and Heimrich takes a chance to catch his killer. Look out, here come the State Police with Heimrich in the lead.

Pub Date: May 21st, 1954
Publisher: Lippincott