> Just to rub it in, I found my perfect copy in a used bookstore for
> cover, so under $1. To tell you the truth, though, I've never read it
> beyond the amusing blurb. Somehow, a spoof of Airport type novels set
> in a rest stop just doesn't sound that great. But if anyone could
> it work, it'd be Westlake. Has anyone read it? Is it any good?
I found my copy in a bin with a bunch of other remainders at a discount
store in the mid-Seventies. Paid ten cents for it. Really. I read it
back then, too, and remember thinking it was pretty funny. Had no idea
at the time that J. Morgan Cunningham was really Westlake. I kept
meaning to reread it and see if it held up but never got around to it.
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