LIE DOWN, I WANT TO TALK TO YOU by William P. McGivern

LIE DOWN, I WANT TO TALK TO YOU

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KIRKUS REVIEW

One of the kookiest gambits of the year is right here when Dr. Otis Pemberton becomes blackmailed by a band of bankrobbers. This choresome foursome (two men, two women) want the talented psychiatrist to condition them against getting caught. Merry therapy becomes hilarious when Pemberton discovers that he has a compulsive criminal tendency and the two ensuing robberies--and uncoordinated theft of a box of paperclips from Woolworth's and a bank break during the Armed Forces Day parade--are Events... Our last analysis, great fun.

Pub Date: Sept. 5th, 1967
Publisher: Dodd, Mead