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In the Sweet Dry and Dry

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In "In the Sweet Dry and Dry" by Christopher Morley, readers are taken on a witty and humorous journey with the lovable protagonist, John Blenkiron, as he navigates Prohibition-era America. Morley masterfully blends satire with adventure, creating a story that is both entertaining and thought-provoking.

The characters in this novel are richly developed and each bring their own unique charm to the story. From the eccentric inventor, Ephraim Tutt, to the resourceful young journalist, Sylvia Pollard, the cast of characters adds depth and intrigue to the plot.

Morley's writing is both clever and engaging, keeping readers hooked from beginning to end. His sharp wit and clever wordplay are a delight to read, making this novel a true joy to experience.

Overall, "In the Sweet Dry and Dry" is a delightful read that offers a unique perspective on an important period in American history. Morley's talent for storytelling shines through in this humorous and entertaining tale.

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Written just before Prohibition to entail the possible troubles that might happen en route. Both sides of the argument, or battle as the case may be, strike out with various over-top methods like legislating most fruits and vegetables as unsafe or intoxicating large groups with breathable alcohol.

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