Susan Slutt, Girl Dick by Michael G. Cornelius

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Step aside, Nancy Drew! Watch out, Hardy Boys! And back off, Nurse Cherry Ames! There's a new private dick in town, and her name is Susan Slutt!

Why, who is Susan Slutt, you ask? Only the greatest girl detective since the invention of children's chewable Prozac! There's no mystery Susan can't solve, no criminal she can't bring to justice, and no bra that can hold in her enormous buzongas! Susan's hometown of darling Porkerville may be the most vice-ridden town in the entire USA. Grown men grope each other in the street, loose women shake their rumps for dollars, and the rate of sexually transmitted diseases has skyrocketed since the fleet pulled in!

But that's business as usual for happy Porkerville. It's only when evil lurks, or when terror strikes the hearts of its fair citizens, that the people tremble with fear. But there's no reason to fear, fair Porkervillians! Susan Slutt will save the day!

Using all the tools any traditional girl sleuth would wield-her keen sense of women's intuition, her uncanny knack for outlandish coincidence, her lawyer father's fearsome reputation, and her gigantic tah-tahs-Susan Slutt will get to the bottom of any gruesome crime! And she'll do it all without chipping a nail or getting her fabulously appointed coif out of place!

Join Susan and her best friend Ashleigh, her adopted sister Butch, her fey pal Beverly Francis Bold, those intrepid and hard-partying Baccardi Boys Frank and Joe, and a whole cast of queer adventurers as Susan solves The Mystery of the Brass-Bound Hunk, The Legend of Black Booty, The Bitch's Omen, and seven other side-splitting, hair-raising adventures!

About Michael G. Cornelius

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Cornelius was born in the Finger Lakes region of New York state. After spending several years moving up and down the Eastern seaboard, he has settled in Southern Rhode Island.
Published September 1, 2010 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 322 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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