THE BIG CAT by Christopher Short

THE BIG CAT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Everything's going to be hiccupy boo""...and in the world Bill Grant reels through, it usually is. Bill, long On a strictly drink-ing man's diet, manages, during the course of the book to: rescue the Attorney General's lovely daughter in distress; K.O. the nation's top gangster; finagle his way to the speaker's platform at a posh political reception; expose a very complicated intrigue; convince a Presidential candidate to turn himself in; become the catalyst of the Attorney General's violent death and end up marrying his daughter. As substantial as wishful drinking but fun.

Pub Date: Sept. 27th, 1965
Publisher: Dodd, Mead