The Bells of Little Paris by O. X. O'Hony
The Bell(e)s of Little Paris

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A corpse - a very special corpse - goes missing from Highgate Cemetery, and our three heroes are expecting big money for the distinguished bod: Karl Marx, no less, for sale to interested Russian bidders. But soon the police everywhere are after them as they make for the handover, opting for Duesseldorf's "Little Paris" to hide their prize. At "Karneval" time, Mr. Marx will go unnoticed amid the costumed revellers, drunken Rhinelanders and "Altbier"-swilling oddballs.

 Enter Gennady Moblomov, ex-Soviet diplomatic thug. He wants Karl for Mother Russia. Enter too the leather-clad colonic irrigatress and Teutonic typhoon, Monika Mies, ex-girlfriend of our hero, O'Hony. She wants Karl - for revenge. Can their brutal devices thwart our boys? Will Gennady's double-cross work, or will Father Rhine engulf them all? Read O. X. O'Hony's hilarious "meisterwerk" and enjoy every flesh-tingling, bone-shaking moment to the full!  A corpse - a very special corpse - goes missing from Highgate Cemetery, and our three heroes are expecting big money for the distinguished bod: Karl Marx, no less, for sale to interested Russian bidders. But soon the police everywhere are after them as they make for the handover, opting for Duesseldorf''s "Little Paris" to hide their prize. At "Karneval" time, Mr. Marx will go unnoticed amid the costumed revellers, drunken Rhinelanders and "Altbier"-swilling oddballs. Enter Gennady Moblomov, ex-Soviet diplomatic thug. He wants Karl for Mother Russia. Enter too the leather-clad colonic irrigatress and Teutonic typhoon, Monika Mies, ex-girlfriend of our hero, O''Hony. She wants Karl - for revenge. Can their brutal devices thwart our boys? Will Gennady''s double-cross work, or will Father Rhine engulf them all? Read O. X. O''Hony''s hilarious "meisterwerk" and enjoy every flesh-tingling, bone-shaking moment to the full!
 

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O. X. O'Hony, Ozymandiaz Xerxes O'Hony, better known in Holy Roman Catholic Irish circles as Owen Xavier O'Hony, is the alias of John Francis D'Arcy. This Dublin born dissolute, libertine, drunkard and lecher, to name just a few of his attributes, was first inflicted on this planet in 1945. Having escaped the inquisitorial clutches of the then Archbishop of Dublin, he fled to Holyhead and has, since 1969, conscientiously and consistently engaged his incompetence to fulfil his intended epitaph: "Employ me if you dare". He has sown the seeds of rapid decline in every company gullible or foolhardy enough to engage his services and has bored any captive listeners with his licentious wit everywhere from Bangor to Berlin .
 
Published December 30, 2010 by AuthorHouse UK. 700 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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