DON'T WAKE ME UP WHILE I'M DRIVING by Margaret Scherf

DON'T WAKE ME UP WHILE I'M DRIVING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

As hard to nail down as chicken wire is this home-made foolishness out of Minot, North Dakota, during Prohibition. It's not a mystery really but a half-pint caper about three likable bootleggers accused of a bank robbery, their girls, some smuggled Chinamen, a bomb planted in an outhouse which turns out to be an alarm clock, and one gen-u-ine killing. The hair of the prairie dog is really sarsaparilla.

Pub Date: Jan. 7th, 1976
Publisher: Doubleday