CORPSE CANDLE by George Bagby

CORPSE CANDLE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

George Bagby knocks off to become a writer in residence at a New England college but lives off campus--in fact in the woods (his ""Walden Pond syndrome""). Right in his driveway is Sumantha Lee, an itinerant entertainer, and she lives in a hearse which becomes the repository for a corpse, with candles at each end. He's been pushing drugs, to the students. All in all, upbeat as well as offbeat Bagby (the best he's done in a while)--a psychedeal which is funny.

Pub Date: Sept. 22nd, 1967
Publisher: Doubleday