Kung-Fu Lesbian

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Humorous, 1970's action spoof by comedian, Dan Curry.
Holly is 1,000 miles from Mexico with a million dollar briefcase and a trigger happy lover subsiding on corn chips and peyote buttons. A ruthless killer is hot on their tail, leaving nothing behind but scorched earth and dead bodies. Holly's trained her whole life for this quest...but will her quick fists and sharp wits be enough to keep them alive?
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Overview

Humorous, 1970's action spoof by comedian, Dan Curry.
Holly is 1,000 miles from Mexico with a million dollar briefcase and a trigger happy lover subsiding on corn chips and peyote buttons. A ruthless killer is hot on their tail, leaving nothing behind but scorched earth and dead bodies. Holly's trained her whole life for this quest...but will her quick fists and sharp wits be enough to keep them alive?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781615727056
  • Publisher: Damnation Books, LLC
  • Publication date: 8/1/2012
  • Pages: 236
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.54 (d)

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  • Posted August 26, 2012

    Holly, a lady of many last-names, still trying to find herself,

    Holly, a lady of many last-names, still trying to find herself, is
    watching her father's dojo burn to the ground. He is on the run and
    Holly must deliver "The Master Plan" to him, taking-out her
    mother's lover IF she has time. If your memory of the mid-70s is hazy,
    this book will bring it all back. Is it funny? Yes, and be prepared to
    laugh out loud. Pay attention as the story changes perspective, scene,
    and time, by watching the chapter titles. You don't want to get lost in
    a dope-filled haze like some of the characters. It is a journey with a
    lot of twists and turns while staying true to the original premise. If
    the title did not turn you away, you won't be offended by the content.
    Think Mod Squad meets Alias meets Fringe. Just don't collect any
    Shanghai Sunglasses as a souvenir while you're on this trip! I read the
    Kindle Edition (Eternal Press, July 2012, 256p), provided by the author
    for review. -Pam

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