Dettweiler's Maid

Dettweiler's Maid

by Nicholas Hendershot

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Dettweiler's Maid by Nicholas Hendershot

"Dettweiler's Maid" revolves around a woman who is offered the job of god. It is the late 1970's, and Tilda Kerensky is dealing with memories that just won't leave her alone. She tries to ignore the shadows of her past (of which she has only vague and disturbing recollections) by hiding out in a small town in New Jersey, working as a sort-of maid for the Dettweilers, but has to deal with doppelgangers, underground mushroom magnates, mobster beauty queens, and a small bag of spores she thinks she has been asked to deliver to a mysterious man, Noface Seely, in Portland, Oregon. She and her best friend Sarah make a mad dash across the country from relatively safe New Jersey to the west coast, where Tilda is finally confronted by a decision, which literally has cosmic consequences. All in good fun, of course.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940012413550
Publisher: N. Nicholas Hendershot
Publication date: 05/14/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 783 KB

About the Author

Nicholas Hendershot is a civil trial attorney in New Jersey, who spent five years in the Foreign Service in Kuwait, Yemen and deepest, darkest Washington, D.C. He has been told by his law office colleagues that he talks to himself. He, of course, thinks this is just fine.

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