Spanking Watson: A Novel

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Simon & Schuster, 1999 M09 15 - 224 pages
"Of course, just as nothing is ever as it seems, so is Kinky "Ace Private Big Dick" Friedman, not quite as altruistic as he may appear - for, in fact, it was the Kinkster, himself who wrote the threatening note to Ms. Katz, and then called upon each of his ubiquitous Village Irregulars (the mighty Mike McGovern, the mercurial Ratso Sloman, the marvelous Stephanie Dupont, and the masterful Steve Rambam) to solve the mystery, and in the process give Kinky a first-rate opportunity to evaluate the effectiveness of each of his would-be Watsons."--BOOK JACKET. "But just as it's not where you start but where you finish, so does Kinky soon find himself caught up in a conundrum of Sherlockian proportions when the bogus death threat turns suddenly, chillingly real - and an actual killer steps forward to carry out Kinky's impotent threat."--BOOK JACKET.

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Kinky Friedman lives in a little green trailer somewhere in the hills of Texas. He has five dogs, one armadillo, and one Smith-Corona typewriter. By the time you are reading this, Mr. Friedman may either be celebrating becoming the next governor of Texas or he may have retired in a petulant snit.

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