Pamela Bragg

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Frank Bonham's newest Dogtown story ["Cool Cat"] is a disappointment. Some familiar faces are back, along with some rather exaggerated new ones. Although the ghetto scene, with dope and pill-popping, is contemporary, the disjointed, shifting scenes are cumbersome and difficult to follow. (p. 53)

Pamela Bragg, in Publishers Weekly (reprinted...

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Frank Bonham's newest Dogtown story ["Cool Cat"] is a disappointment. Some familiar faces are back, along with some rather exaggerated new ones. Although the ghetto scene, with dope and pill-popping, is contemporary, the disjointed, shifting scenes are cumbersome and difficult to follow. (p. 53)

Pamela Bragg, in Publishers Weekly (reprinted from the March 22, 1971, issue of Publishers Weekly by permission of the critic, published by R. R. Bowker Company, a Xerox company; copyright © 1971 by Xerox Corporation), March 22, 1971.

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