THE BLOODY BOKHARA by William Campbell Gault

THE BLOODY BOKHARA

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The Armenian Kaprelians are led into murder when their rug business involves a couple of roughed up corpses, a hard to handle blonde and their son's sudden desire for independence and a determination for lone-wolf sleuthing. Homicide Sergeant Waldorf is not sympathetic with Levon's gauche theatrics but trails along as more rugs uncover an intricate pattern of deals and death. Awkward, irritating -- but determined.

Publisher: Dutton