The Starving Detectives Go To Rome

The Starving Detectives Go To Rome

by Tom McGraw


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The Starving Detectives Go To Rome by Tom McGraw

The Soft Boiled Detective Agency is at is again. Soft spoken Nathan Kavillehogg and his brother Jericho, the professional food taster and all around burly-man are sent to Rome to try to prevent a murder attempt on the Pope.

Along the way they; Buy a 16 million dollar sports car-submarine on a credit card. Encourage gypsy behavior and the open-pit barbecuing of wildebeests at 17,000 feet on a jumbo-jet. Get to the rooftop of a hotel by the stairway, but using a taxi to do so. And that's just the easy stuff.

Joining them is their old, bat-faced, grossly obese, serial-farting dog Tiny. Can they save the Pope? Get enough to eat? Survive Tiny's gaseousness? What are you waiting for? Read this book and find out!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780692931103
Publisher: Set Books
Publication date: 08/24/2017
Series: The Starving Detectives , #2
Pages: 304
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.68(d)

About the Author

Tom McGraw has repeatedly proven himself a manly-man and uses a 1961 IBM Selectric to produce his novels. He does this insisting that he isn’t a Luddite, but rather, a person who enjoys the little things in life. Such as when he pecks his way to the end of a line and the tiny bell goes ping. At these moments he often giggles and claps excitedly. But who wouldn’t? The author is married and has two very tall, athletic red headed children. When questioned on this discrepancy (Mr McGraw has the stature of an 1890’s Luxemburgian immigrant and often answers questions by grunting or stamping his foot) he stamps his foot and mutters, “Genetics - it’s worse odds than Vegas!” As to his reported age, his youngest and most vocal child insists that the author is, in fact, older than dirt. The author has demonstrated conclusively through Carbon 14 dating that such is not the case.

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