THE GRAND OLE OPRY MURDERS by Marvin Kaye

THE GRAND OLE OPRY MURDERS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

'Taint much (except for that instrument of death -- a glaucoma control drug) this account of a clan of blue-grass singers -- once a six person act -- dropping off one by one after Amanda Boulder gets the solo spot and sister Dolly loses her cheating heart as well. The assumption here is that folks who listen to country music don't want to read much and that's what little they'll get.

Pub Date: May 27th, 1974
Publisher: Saturday Review Press/Dutton