JACKIE GOES TO DIXIE by Michael B. Druxman

“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

Jackie Moss was once one of the hottest stand-up comedians in show business, a contemporary of Don Rickles, Jack Carter and Buddy Hackett.  He’d even had his own television series.

But, Jackie has a temper and that temper has put his career in trouble.  Fired from his most recent Las Vegas engagement and with his personal manager threatening to terminate their relationship, Jackie has only one gig left on his schedule: a well-paying one-night performance at a private party deep in the Ozark Mountains.

Why would a loud-mouth Jewish comic get a booking deep into hillbilly country?

Obviously, it was a mistake, but once that error is discovered it’s too late.  Jackie and Dave Arthur, his pianist, not only discover they must perform before an angry audience, but after the show, they are accused of attempted murder, and the local sheriff would just as soon take them out to the nearest oak tree as look at them.

If that isn’t bad enough, Jackie and Dave also stumble upon a conspiracy involving foreign spies and government agents that could also cost them their lives.

Michael B. Druxman’s Jackie Goes to Dixie is an action-comedic novel that will have readers smiling from start to finish.

$15
ISBN 9781629331683
Release date is July 4, 2017.