The blurb calls it ""a gay and raffish tale"" but we're inclined to place it definitely on the raffish side. The ins and outs of a roadhouse supplies the action, with the characters including a youth who is running away from reality and is persuaded by the young woman proprietor to stay, the gangsters, ex-bootleggers, tarts, employees. As a finale a marathon automobile driver stages a six-day marathon around the hotel. Fuchs on a small and quiet scale -- less crude, less bitter, but unpleasant reminiscent. For that market, this may seem humorous. The telling is adequate -- but we just don't like the type.