FIFTY ROADS TO TOWN by Frederick Nebel
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FIFTY ROADS TO TOWN

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Entertaining story of the adventures which befell a hen-pecked little salesman of fire extinguishers when a flat tire plus a buzzard forced him to stay with a man fleeing the wrath of an irate husband. A sort of Mr. Milquetoast character, whose disappearance arouses the newspapers and fills the hotel of an unwilling ""mine host"" with an assortment of characters which make for amusement, tragedy and comedy. Good fun and the setting a little Maine town hard hit by notoriety. Good rental library bet men will like it.

Pub Date: Jan. 24th, 1935
Publisher: Little, Brown