Rag Top (The Cup Of Fury)

Link Aller was a rebel and an outcast The people of Dellville blamed him for what had happened to Ricky Madison.Virgil Kern, Dellville s new cop, had nothing but comtempt for Link, and had no problem roughing him up.Link knew how to get back at Kern, a plan that included Kern s 16 year old daughter, Darlene VanZuuk watched with an amused expression on his broad, shiny faLink Aller was a rebel and an outcast The people of Dellville blamed him for what had happened to Ricky Madison.Virgil Kern, Dellville s new cop, had nothing but comtempt for Link, and had no problem roughing him up.Link knew how to get back at Kern, a plan that included Kern s 16 year old daughter, Darlene VanZuuk watched with an amused expression on his broad, shiny face as the yellow convertible rolled down the street well within the speed limit A block away, the driver spotted the police cap as Arnie knew he would A moment later the mellow tone of the mufflers was swallowed up by an angry, earsplitting roar as the yellow car shot ahead with tires screeching, leaving black marks on the pavement As the car tore past the police car, the driver turned his head and gave the two policemen a bold, defiant stare Felsen captured the mood, the feel and the tempo of American adolescence during the fifties better than any other writer His novels may seem na ve to us now, but those were na ve times Felsen was the fifties For that reason alone, his books are worth remembering.
Rag Top The Cup Of Fury Link Aller was a rebel and an outcast The people of Dellville blamed him for what had happened to Ricky Madison Virgil Kern Dellville s new cop had nothing but comtempt for Link and had no problem

  • Title: Rag Top (The Cup Of Fury)
  • Author: Henry Gregor Felsen
  • ISBN: 9780917473081
  • Page: 456
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Rag Top (The Cup Of Fury)”

    1. Henry Gregor Felsen was the undisputed master of the Hot Rod books. I loved these books when I was in junior high school, and I enjoy reliving the time again. This was a great follow up to Street Rod.I thank Holly Felsen Welch for republishing her father's work. Great stuff!

    2. Not quite as much fun as Felsen's earlier works, but also a bit more grown up, which was just as fun. Instead of being all teenager small town, it transitioned into problems that face adults and moves to the big city.

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