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Matzohball - A New Adventure of Hebrew Agent OY-OY-7

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Published 1966 by Pocket Books
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Susan Rothenberg
Jan 05, 2012 Susan Rothenberg rated it really liked it
Found by chance in a antiquarian book store, this book is full of giggles. The author, Sol Weinstein, is full of puns - with Hebrew Secret Agent Oy-Oy-7 dealing with Gereral Bolshyeeyit, running into Fawn Connery and having to deal with the terror of a computer called IPECAC.
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I read this author's books back in the 60's when James Bond was huge and I was a teenager. The books were fun and amusing.
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Weinstein was born and raised in Trenton, N.J. In the 1950s, he wrote for his local newspaper, The Trentonian, before turning his sharp wit to comedy sketches and songs for variety show performers. He married Eleanor Eisner in 1955, and they had two children, David and Judee.

He started writing gags for Joe E. Lewis, Alan King and, years later, for Bob Hope’s and Dean Martin’s shows. His show-biz p
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