Dickie Mullins, sometime Private Eye, owner of a failing bar, and driver of a DeLorean, lives on a houseboat in the St. Paul Marina. His life would be a lot smoother if only he ignored ex-wife Rae Nell’s get-rich schemes. But then, that’s not how Dickie operates. Rae Nell has just been hired by rip-off artist Terry Taggert to promote his unique line of Chow Meats. What better way to introduce the dining public to Chow Meats than an open house at Dickie’s Emporium of Dance, a meat market of a slightly different nature.
By the time the open house is concluded, Rae Nell’s fling with her boss Terry Taggert has erupted into a very public affair. Terry’s wife, heiress Helen Hardy, wise to her young husband’s philandering ways, is looking for justice. Meanwhile, Terry’s assistant, Luther Suggs, is increasing the body count just as the health department closes down Dickie’s Emporium of Dance. Did we mention the fur coat scandal? Fortunately for Dickie, his girlfriend D.J. is still talking to him, and eventually he listens!
You’re hooked from the first page to the final word of this hilarious read. Hang on tight for the plot twists and turns sprinkled with wonderful surprises along the way. Another magnificent cast of Faricy’s madcap characters and incredibly fast moving action make this a must read.