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dust jacket of hardcover first edition
Deathwatch '39
Gerson, Jack
New York: St Martin's. 1991.
344pp. [Fiction]
ISBN: 0312054122

Casebook Review:

Novel of Ripper-like killings in London during WW II. This had the possibilities of making a great story....the elements are there: blackouts, war, sex and murder. Unfortunately, rather than a hit, there is a miss.