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cover (no dust jacket) of hardcover first edition
Once and Then the Funeral
Farmer, Bernard J.
London: Heinemann. 1958.
255pp. [Fiction]
ISBN:

Casebook Review:

Strange, and not very good, novel of a killer with a Jack- the-Ripper complex. The attempt of authors to scare the hell out of readers by invoking the name, falls flat on most levels........it certainly does in this one.