THE BIG KISS-OFF OF 1944 by Andrew Bergman

THE BIG KISS-OFF OF 1944

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This sounds just like those early '40's when a gift was a tomato and everyone else is a wiseass unless you want to combine the last three letters with something else except for shamus Jack LeVine entailed in a case which leads from the blackmail of a chorus girl to New York City political ramifications -- Dewey's upcoming election and other Big Apple pips. . . . It doesn't count for anything except loose change back then when it bought a little more than overtired familiarity.

Pub Date: March 4th, 1974
Publisher: Holt, Rinehart & Winston