Alan King wrote Anyone Who Owns His Own Home Deserves It. For a ""can you top this"" second book he has produced this kookie...

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Alan King wrote Anyone Who Owns His Own Home Deserves It. For a ""can you top this"" second book he has produced this kookie cooky. Probably the most popular comic monologist around, King sticks to his staple topics -- wives, their pregnant ways, dieting, doctors (""Did you ever try to get a doctor anywhere in the world on Wednesdays?"") and airline travel. They have called him the Solon of Suburbia. It's a title well earned and he's made the sort of book here that you turn over, without a qualm, to men who need a good laugh (unless they're in traction -- they might get hung up).

Pub Date: Oct. 25, 1964

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Dutton

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: Oct. 1, 1964