The crime of the century
Bridget Ainsworth, aged twenty, lay dead in Barn Elms Park. She had been stabbed five times in the back with a peculiarly thin blade. The next night another woman was found murdered - and then another. A killer was loose in London. Detective Superintendant Bill Barry investigates.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - hvhay - LibraryThing
It's Kingsley Amis, so I thought how bad could it be? It's not entirely devoid of wit and style, so 2 stars. But it was pretty unintelligible, for me anyway. Perhaps it came across better as a serial, I don't know. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - SusanListon - LibraryThing
Tried to read this, bogged down. Thought, oh come on, it's so short, try again. I got a lot farther this time, but bogged down again. Too many characters that I can't tell apart, doesn't matter who dun it because I won't know for sure who it is anyway. Read full review