THE PAINT-STAINED FLANNELS by Pete Fry

THE PAINT-STAINED FLANNELS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Pete (honest to-- remember, he writes them and appears in them) takes as a client a handsome West Indian in the trousers of the title. He's an artist. He has also stolen (as a Joke?)a painting from the National Gallery which results in the attempt to force him to commit a political assassination. None of this makes much sense or has much interest. It's what might seem like a contradiction in terms-- an active sedative.

Pub Date: Feb. 7th, 1965
Publisher: Roy