Pork Chops of Death: A Funny Murder

Pork Chops of Death: A Funny Murder

by Frank Mula


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Pork Chops of Death: A Funny Murder by Frank Mula

Zolly's a private detective and champion of the "little guy," because he himself is a little guy. He claims to be 5'6 but admits to be 5'6 he'd not only need lifts in his shoes, he'd need an Otis elevator.
His current assignment is to get the daughter of a legendary pop singer off a murder charge. The daughter holds the Guinness title of world's stupidest person. She once bathed at Lourdes because she heard the waters could cure cellulite. And she's making Zolly's job hard by constantly blurting out "I killed him!"
Zolly will navigate Atlantic City, an ex-boxer, a washed up boy band singer, and a demon possessed cat to get at the truth.

- "It's no Bible, but Chops is damn funny" - Brian Scully, Co-Exec Producer Family Guy.

- "I've never laughed so hard at pork chops. Zolly is my favorite new detective" - Laura Levine, Author The Jaine Austen Mysteries

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781622170272
Publisher: Thrown Free Books
Publication date: 11/27/2013
Pages: 268
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.56(d)

About the Author

Emerging from the suburban swamps of New Jersey, Frank began his writing career selling jokes to Joan Rivers through the mail. This was slightly less profitable than the swamps so he moved to Los Angeles and continued to write for comedians while breaking into television and the occasional unlocked house. Thanks to bad police work, Frank went on to receive two Emmys for writing and producing The Simpsons. Two of his most popular episodes are "I Love Lisa" (Valentine's Day) and "The Last Temptation of Homer."

Among his many other credits are Cosby, The Martin Short Show, Grand, The Bonnie Hunt Show, and three for James Brooks' Gracie Films. One of the privileges of his life was writing for the great Jonathan Winters on Davis Rules. He also created and executive produced the sitcom Local Heroes for the ungrateful Fox Network.

Today Frank has branched out and is writing novels,plays, science fiction, and musical theatre. He lives in Iceland with his very cold Chihuahua "Shakes."

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