Tinselfish: The Scripts from Season One, Book 1

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Zeph's new in town. He finds a room in West Hollywood and shares the house with two ultrasleek gender illusionists who style themselves after classic movie goddesses Lauren Bacall and Rita Hayworth. A private investigator named O'Keefe stops by, and Zeph finds himself drawn into an investigation surrounding the disappearance of a porn-studio owner and one of his stars. The missing porn star is, not by coincidence, the boyfriend of one of Zeph's new housemates. Another investigation involves the drug-related ...
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Zeph's new in town. He finds a room in West Hollywood and shares the house with two ultrasleek gender illusionists who style themselves after classic movie goddesses Lauren Bacall and Rita Hayworth. A private investigator named O'Keefe stops by, and Zeph finds himself drawn into an investigation surrounding the disappearance of a porn-studio owner and one of his stars. The missing porn star is, not by coincidence, the boyfriend of one of Zeph's new housemates. Another investigation involves the drug-related murder of a club kid. O'Keefe is one of the suspects because he was the last person seen with the victim. A large, menacing drag queen, who took the rap for the murder of a dancer at a gay club in Miami, is now out on parole and is trying to track down her accomplice. She hires O'Keefe to find a "lost love." The series continues in Book 2.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780615143347
  • Publisher: John Garvey
  • Publication date: 4/28/2007
  • Pages: 364
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.81 (d)

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  • Posted April 16, 2013

    This is actually a very funny book in spots. Imagine John Goodma

    This is actually a very funny book in spots. Imagine John Goodman as a drag queen styled after Norma Desmond and with the drag name Gorilia Swansong. That's one of the many unusual supporting characters. The two central characters are more recognizably normal and could be played by a young George Clooney and deadpan Buster Keaton. A fun read.

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  • Posted April 16, 2013

    This is actually a very funny book in spots. Imagine John Goodma

    This is actually a very funny book in spots. Imagine John Goodman as a drag queen styled after Norma Desmond and with the drag name Gorilia Swansong. That's one of the many unusual supporting characters. The two central characters are more recognizably normal and could be played by a young George Clooney and deadpan Buster Keaton. A fun read.

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