Jewish comics only blended well with the Clampetts on The Beverly Hillbillies, as loud-mouth Jewish comic Jackie Moss discovers when he takes his shtick to the sticks.
The former television star turned Las Vegas comedian, and Dave Arthur, his pianist and road manager, face-off with real Ozark Mountain Hillbillies—an audience of a hundred Don Rickles—when Jackie’s accidental booking for a well-paying one-night gig shoves him in front of his worst critics. Not even his razor-sharp wit can pry him from wanting to fry him. The bad clash turns into a mad dash, when an accusation of attempted murder, the threat of being hanged on the nearest oak tree, and a conspiracy involving foreign spies and Government agents spark a desperate run and more comic trouble than any quip can whip.
Enjoy the hilarity of Michael B. Druxman's new fiction novel.
About the author: Michael B. Druxman. a veteran Hollywood screenwriter-director, is author of nonfiction books, such as Miss Dinah Shore and Basil Rathbone: His Life and His Films, and fiction novels, such as Dracula Meets Jack the Ripper and Other Revisionist Histories, and Murder in Babylon (2014). He resides in Austin, Texas, USA.
“Great reading. Funny! Funny! Funny!”-Barbara Eden
“Witty and engaging from the get go; characters that are sure to grab your attention. A hilarious romp in the woods, full of twists and turns in this fish out of water story that will keep you guessing, laughing and might even scare you.” -Steve Kanaly, Dallas