STOLS AND PEDAGOGUES by Fallon Evans

STOLS AND PEDAGOGUES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Professional student or academic scrounger Adrian Withers goes to an Indiana Catholic girls' college to give a lecture but stays on to take over the classes of a professor who may have disappeared with a student. A traffic in narcotics, rather than a romance, affiliates the two and Withers conducts his investigation from beatnik hangouts to more hallowed grounds... Some scapegrace to saucy humor compensates for the flimsy criminal aspects of the case.

Pub Date: Feb. 27th, 1963
Publisher: Sheed & Ward