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dust jacket for Putnam first edition
Blow Your House Down
Barker, Pat
New York: Putnam. 1984.
170pp. [Fiction]
ISBN: 039113011X

Casebook Review:

Eerie and disturbing; better than average read. Barker has the ability to put one in the shoes of the women of the East End, as they live from one customer to the next....or don't. A companion piece to PEOPLE OF THE ABYSS.