SCOOT MCKAY by David William

SCOOT MCKAY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Scoot McKay might well have been one of Horatio Alger's bright young men, so aptly do industry and circumstance contribute to his fortune. His job is junior contact man in an advertising office where he pulls some pretty fancy publicity gags, from painting a ""Welcome"" sign on a hippotamus' back to winning a trotting race for a client. His big moment and the climax of the yarn arrive when he exposes the crooked sales manager to the big boss. Good fare for the gullible.

Publisher: David McKay