Carl Carlson, the Carolina Crooner, had a paid ticket to easy street. He had a vicious set of singing pipes, the mob on his side, and a career set for stardom. Until World War II came along, that is. Two years later he's stuck as a translator for German prisoners at a Pennsylvania camp--not exactly a starring gig. Feeling discouraged, he reconnects with mob man Ernie Musso, who offers him a killer business deal--help him murder a rival and Carlson will find himself singing gold. It all sounds good until Carlson meets another POW translator who causes the singer to question his fate.
Used availability for J Madison Davis's And the Angels Sing
May 1996 : USA Hardback