Clydesdale Goes To A Funeral

Clydesdale Goes To A Funeral

by Bob Archman


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Half the residents of Wythetown had considered killing Clydesdale's Aunt Edith at one time or another. She was pompous, sanctimonious and most of all irritating, but when she was murdered, mutilated and burned it was a shock. By the time her murderer was captured, Detective Clydesdale Noland uncovered a complicated scheme involving sadism, drugs and fraud. The pint size, but horse hung detective uses all of his intellectual and physical ability to get to the bottom of complicated scheme. It takes firemen, police, FBI and ATF agents, a Postal Inspector and a dog named Fluffy to catch the perpetrators.

Bob Archman has lived in Virginia for years, and uses his knowledge of the area to provide the setting for this story. Middle aged, he is bearded, bald and hairy. Bob is interested in ordinary, gay men who do their jobs well, and lead their lives in rural areas and small cities, miles away from the Media's vision of hyper gay life in New York and San Francisco. He is interested in men who are cops, construction workers, firemen, farmers and professionals who happen to be gay. As his fictional detective Clydesdale Noland once remarked when looking at a leather clad biker, "Damn, that's a lot of stuff to take off before you get down to business!"

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781935509707
Publisher: Nazca Plains
Publication date: 02/03/2010
Pages: 158
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.34(d)

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