WHO'D WANT TO KILL OLD GEORGE? by Robert Upton

WHO'D WANT TO KILL OLD GEORGE?

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Introducing Amos McGuffin, a ""gumshoe"" (could this be a nostalgia word?) with a little lead in his feet as he shambles through the events following the death of George, his industrialist client. Amos had been hired to get a photograph of his wife's lover who proves to be a pleasurable much to handle. Sort of like that other good old George. . . Bagby, amiably klunky.

Pub Date: Dec. 30th, 1976
Publisher: Putnam