Not all the tea but all the scag in Indochina seems to be reaching the U.S. some way and two agents -- Dan Gilmore and Ralph...

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Not all the tea but all the scag in Indochina seems to be reaching the U.S. some way and two agents -- Dan Gilmore and Ralph Siddler (the latter is based in Saigon -- an inimitable character under all that bloat) try to figure out the source and the conveyor belt -- namely via the ""Remains Not Suitable for Viewing"" in transit to the funeral parlor and Arlington Cemetery. . . . Two Washington Post writers collaborate here and this is just as eviscerating as it's intended to be, punchy too, and aimed at the midriff of any man around the house.

Pub Date: June 24, 1974

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Norton

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 1, 1974