From Publishers Weekly
A country singer turned amateur detective stumbles upon a case of mistaken identity and finds himself the target of a band of Nazis. "The style is marked by constant wisecracks, strained metaphors and decidedly offbeat slang," PW reported. "All is eventually resolved (sort of), but nothing is quite as funny as intended."
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From Library Journal
Series narrator Kinky Friedman--eccentric, cigar-smoking, not noticeably employed--returns as a Greenwich Village amateur investigator ( When the Cat's Away ). While attending a former co-worker's funeral, Kinky cannot help but notice that the casket inhabitant is not Peace Corps buddy John. Back in New York, Kinky and vaguely disreputable friends (Rambam, Ratso, et al.) rescue John's fiancee from neo-Nazis, scuffle with skinheads, and unravel the puzzle connecting Borneo with Austrian Nazis. Jaunty style, lively wit, and many diversions complete this amusing exercise.
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