A KILLER IS LOOSE AMONG US by Robert Terrall

A KILLER IS LOOSE AMONG US

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Tension and terror for the story of an army experimental laboratory in the south, and a project- headed by scientists Tom and Sullivan- involved in the incubation of deadly disease organisms. It is Sullivan's wife, whom Tom loves, and the theft of some bubonic bacteria which directs Tom's fevered and misguided probe of Sullivan, motivates his murder of his partner, ends in the revelation that the killer who is loose is himself. Shock and scare values, in considerable concentration.

Pub Date: Oct. 28th, 1948
Publisher: Duell, Sloan & Pearce