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Doublemint Gumshoe

Doublemint Gumshoe

by Phillip T. Stephens
Doublemint Gumshoe

Doublemint Gumshoe

by Phillip T. Stephens


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The first novel written for Twitter is finally available in print (expanded and revised).

When a galactically inept inspector tackles the world's most illusive AI, prepare for apocalypse. Determined to find missing programmer Alyson Sweetcheeks, Detective Bob unleashes a war between a tech conglomerate, a covert cyber gang, the mob, and a malevolent time-travelling intelligence bent on world domination. Will Bob beat astronomical odds to save the girl, the world, and his chances for promotion?

"Stephens takes a genre by the throat and shakes it until it cries, 'uncle.'"

April Grey, Brahm Stoker finalist and author of Finding Perdita.

"A dry humored, pun filled detective novel grounded somewhat in our reality. That's to say, if you like UFOs and pop-culture references in your mysteries, this one's for you."

Dejah Payne, author and illustrator, Princezz comics

"Shades of Thomas Pynchon and Douglas Adams, Phillip T. Stephen's novella is a psychedelic soup of noir and black humor mixed in with some sci fi antics. Detective Bob is not a lovable but perhaps misguided Detective on the case a missing womannamed Allison Sweetcheek. Bob presumes its murder, but he always presumes that. Accompanied by beautiful illustrations by the author, this sexy, funny and very gripping mystery will keep you on the edge of your seats, gripping your sides as you howl with laughter and astonishment at the strange goings on in San Noema, California."

Christine Stevens, editor of the Humor publication "The Haven."

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ISBN-13: 9781732997301
Publisher: Too Bright Girls Publications
Publication date: 03/15/2022
Pages: 260
Product dimensions: 4.00(w) x 6.00(h) x 0.55(d)

About the Author

Phillip T. Stephens attended the Michigan State writers’ workshop. He taught writing and design at Austin Community College for 20 years. His writing and art appear in anthologies, literary and peer-reviewed academic journals. His novella Doublemint Gumshoe won silver in the 2021 Electric Eclectic fiction awards, and his novel Seeing Jesus (soon to be re-released) won three indie publishing awards. He writes five days a week at Wind Eggs.
He and Carol live in Oak Hill, Texas where they built a habitat in the shade of their oaks to house foster cats for They found new homes for more than three hundred abandoned pets.

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