Perpetual Casino

Perpetual Casino

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by Darryl Hicks
     
 
Todd, Flo, Jade, Lucy, Randy, and others return in this new eBook short. Flo is swimming in the hotel pool when her room explodes. The bomber soon has River City in an uproar. The returning characters are joined by Fred, Dooley, and a pair of Manolo high heel pumps.

Overview

Todd, Flo, Jade, Lucy, Randy, and others return in this new eBook short. Flo is swimming in the hotel pool when her room explodes. The bomber soon has River City in an uproar. The returning characters are joined by Fred, Dooley, and a pair of Manolo high heel pumps.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011107658
Publisher:
Darryl Hicks
Publication date:
08/22/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
942,157
File size:
127 KB

Meet the Author

The new free eBook short story posted in Sep 2012 is the start of new series. Ex-cop private investigator Michael Ferris consults on a murder with a weird crime scene that depicts a financial idiom. A disgruntled property invester is killing his way up the chain of his last real estate deal. Hope you like Upside Down.

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Perpetual Casino 2.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Flo and Fred did not get off to a very good srart in this 58 page book. I wish it had been the book exploding instead of their hotel rooms. Thank goodness the turkey baster was lost. A foot fetish did fit in with this book. Everything was so disjointed and choppy. A chapter for Fred, one for Flo and then who knows? I wonder if the author was smoking red pot to get over his writter's block, the way Fred did. If he was, it would explain a lot. I did not like this book. For adult readers. AD
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Perpetual Revenge Perpetual Ray Perpetual Casino That's the sequence and it would be nice if the books actually indicated the sequence. Of course, I read them in reverse order ... and I'm not so sure that that didn't actually improve the ongoing tale. The writing style is kinda choppy ... but once again, that seems to add to this particular setting. Oddball characters tied together thru very strange links really appealed to my warped sense of humor. I have to go find the orginal novel Perpetual Twilight, but I definitey want to see more perpetual tales.
kathy nickle More than 1 year ago
I didn't really like this, only got through the first few pages. Maybe it got better. Just because I didn't like it doesn't mean you won't. Give it a try.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago