DIDN'T ANYBODY KNOW MY WIFE? by Willo Roberts

DIDN'T ANYBODY KNOW MY WIFE?

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Strange as it seems and harder to believe, Scotty, a young doctor, didn't know a thing about the woman he had married two months earlier including the fact that she was three months pregnant until she's splattered all over his kitchen. And he's fixed, so that when the police arrest him he decides he will have to be the one to find out just who she knew -- if anyone -- before. . . Roberts' first in the field is an all too easy page-turner until the end which compounds ingenuity with utter improbability. But you'll be there. . . .

Pub Date: Aug. 29th, 1974
Publisher: Putnam