New Comedic Screenplay Entertains with Absurd World of Cons and Detectives
NEW YORK ¿ Lawrence J. Corneck has high-jacked readers and lovingly pick-pocketed them once again in his new hilarious screenplay, FAT FAT Snitch (published by AuthorHouse), a dark comedy with unusual heroes, filled with bumbling parole officers and inept con artists. Companion to his previous books, this time he tells the absurd and entertaining story of Floyd Gibbons, a sleazy, now-retired detective who must give chase to two con artists, Margo and Frank, in order to secure a prestigious position on the parole board.
Wolf Blitzker, the head of the parole office and Gibbons¿ boss, calls the two con artists, ¿a thorn in the side of this department for a long time.¿ As Gibbons pursues them, Margo and Frank are each involved in their own nefarious pursuits. Margo, a lesbian who happens to be dating a beautiful blond secretary in the parole office, is adding hotdog buns at Moishe¿s Gourmet Hotdog Emporium in order to double charge people for each hotdog sold. Frank, a man who is also a lesbian, is pocketing money for each drink he sells instead of ringing them into The Kon Ticki Lounge¿s register.
One morning, however, Gibbons eavesdrops on the con duo¿s conversation. Confusing the words ¿buns¿ for ¿guns¿ and ¿drinks¿ for ¿chinks,¿ he immediately begins a fruitless investigation into an Asian arms operation. After a series of hysterical escapades, including the former investigator¿s inability to sit after a posterior injury, Gibbons comes incredibly close to achieving his goal, but unfortunately, is foiled by ¿the one from above,¿ who watches out for Margo and Frank at every turn for a very unusual reason.
Will Gibbons ever succeed in catching Margo and Frank? Will the dynamic con duo continue down the path of mischief and crooked dealings until their luck runs short? Find out in the hilarious conclusion of FAT FAT Snitch.
Born and raised in New York, Corneck continues to love living in the Big Apple. His first book, Existential Hell: A Screenplay Trilogy (also available through AuthorHouse), a companion to Big Cigar, small d**k, was published in 2005. More screenplays based upon earlier characters, including Bald Lubavitcher, Mime¿s the Word and Bubble Catcher will soon be available through AuthorHouse. Geezer Pleaser, an edgy romance, has an expected publication date of September 2007. According to Corneck, each of his screenplays will be written in a different genre: cat and mouse, domestic drama, high adventure, coming of age, comedy, romance, horror, tear-jerker and show biz. For more information on Corneck and his books, please visit www.LawrenceJCorneck.com.
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