STEALING LILLIAN by Tony Kenrick

STEALING LILLIAN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

One of those scrambled visuals (already sold to the screen) in which Bunny Calder, who has an inventive way of making a fast buck, is forced into another arrangement with a pretty girl and a youngster, Lillian, from a Home. Her ransom will bring $20,000 to incriminate four illegals who want to buy a fighter bomber. It's really quite simple, isn't it--shake-and-bake foolishness based on the premise that anything which keeps moving must be going somewhere.

Pub Date: Sept. 15th, 1975
Publisher: McKay