THE RESURRECTION MAN by Thomas Walsh

THE RESURRECTION MAN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Resurrection? Is it an image, or an identity? since young Owen Mulvanny is attempting to establish what kind of a man his father was (Judge Mulvanny had disappeared with his wife's money and another woman) just at a time when a Mr. ""Johnson,"" obviously a confidence man, is attempting to impersonate the missing man. Walsh' situation will catch your curiosity, kill it off somewhat during the follow-through, and reanimate it with the sudden surprise of the wind-up.

Publisher: Simon & Schuster