Sebastien Japrisot | Literature Criticism Critical Review by Howard Junker

This literature criticism consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis & critique of Sebastien Japrisot.
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Critical Review by Howard Junker

SOURCE: "On the Road," in Newsweek, Vol. LXX, No. 25, December 18, 1967, pp. 110-110A.

In the following review, Junker praises The Lady in the Car with Glasses and a Gun.

Whodunit? Who is responsible for keeping this magnificent thriller hidden? Why haven't critics heaped praise upon it? Why haven't readers fought to buy it? Unlike most novels published this year, The Lady in the Car can be—and must be—read in one sitting. It cannot be put down, and that, mystery-lovers, is the ultimate test. Last year in France, Lady spent months on the best-seller list—an achievement few suspense novels ever match. And it also won the coveted Prix d'Honneur. In 1963, Sebastien Japrisot's second novel, Trap for Cinderella, won the Grand Prix de la Litt&#x...

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