RUNAWAY HOME by Kage Booton


Email this review


Joey Bissell, Sta-comb smooth in a black leather jacket, has a combo, plays a guitar, and his ""luv-ya- luv-ya"" really sends pretty teenage girls like Laurel, only child of the Richardsons who live in wealthy suburbia. Laurel thinks her parents don't understand him, shuts herself in her room-- or sneaks out of it, while Mr. Richardson tries to get a line on Joey who has been putting the bite on the fond fathers of lovestruck daughters for years. A desperate hour's entertainment for the ladies who will empathize.

Pub Date: Feb. 17th, 1966
Publisher: Doubleday