A MAN COULD GET KILLED THAT WAY by Weldon Hill

A MAN COULD GET KILLED THAT WAY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Dadgumit, this is a knee-slapper and if'n you remember keerectly as they say around here Weldon Hill wrote Onionhead and Rafe and a couple of others which didn't amount to as much. And we're not sartain this does either. It's all about Sherman Logan who sells liquor in his small home town in Oklahoma where some Scotch is disappearing regularly and so does Sherman after a real set-to about it. He decides to go down river in his canoe (he's got a Tom Sawyer hangup to actualize) and he picks up a beautiful blonde oil heiress who is running away (from an international spy AND narcotis ring) and they have an al fresco romance in a sleeping bag before he takes the amnesia-inducing pill she gives him and--and--and--sonfagun, we've forgotten..... For the Beverly Hillbilly sillybillies.

Publisher: McKay