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by Susan Rogers Cooper

eBook Funny As a Dead Comic epub
  • ISBN: 0312098154
  • Author: Susan Rogers Cooper
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: United States
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: St Martins Press; 1st edition (November 1, 1993)
  • Pages: 214 pages
  • ePUB size: 1377 kb
  • FB2 size 1766 kb
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Funny as a Dead Comic book. Susan Rogers Cooper is an American mystery novelist. A self-proclaimed "half fifth generation Texan; half Yankee", she sets her novels in Texas (the .

Funny as a Dead Comic book. Kimmy Kruse is a stand-up comic, working the comedy circuit  . Pugh and Kimmey Kruse novels) and in Oklahoma (the Sheriff Milt Kovak novels). She is currently living in Central Texas, coming up with fresh new ways to get her characters into trouble. Other books in the series. Kimmey Kruse (2 books). Books by Susan Rogers Cooper

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On the same bill are Joey Scarlotti; Babe Marsh, who's grossly obese and does fat jokes; Bobby Rivers; . Mickey Reynolds, and rising star Cab Nausberg. Cab and Kimmy are hotly at work renewing their old affair when Cab dies-in an instant-poisoned.

Title: Funny as a Dead Comic. Publisher: St. Martins. The many devoted readers of Susan Rogers Cooper's Milt Kovak mystery series have been noticed from time to time laughing out loud, even during a passage of thrilling drama. Obviously, the author is a very funny woman

Title: Funny as a Dead Comic. Obviously, the author is a very funny woman. And now she brings that aspect of her talent to fruition in the creation of Kimmey Kruse, stand-up comic. Kimmey is constantly assaulted by the public-bartenders, dentists, cleaning ladies - all trying to give her jokes. I don't tell jokes! I'm a stand-up comic!" But she is just as funny offstage as on, and a character to be savored.

Kimmey's former love interest (in Funny As A Dead Comic), Chicago homicide cop Sal Pucci, arrives uninvited, having been alerted by Kimmey's best friend Phoebe

Kimmey's former love interest (in Funny As A Dead Comic), Chicago homicide cop Sal Pucci, arrives uninvited, having been alerted by Kimmey's best friend Phoebe. Building on the spicy aroma of outdoor cooking and Kimmey's powerful, conflicting attaction to both Will and Sal, the tale bounces along to another murder and the arrival of a hurricane. Fans of Cooper's popular Sheriff Milt Kovak will have a fine time reading about the antics of his female alter ego, stand-up comic Kimmey Kruse, who's full of Texas spunk and pure down-home appeal.

As the series featuring redheaded standup comic Kimmey Kruse continues, Kimmey returns to her East Texas Cajun home to satisfy her conviction that her cousin. Funny as a Dead Relative. Book in the Kimmey Kruse Series). by Susan Rogers Cooper.

has a surprise twentieth wedding anniversary present for Willis – a weekend away in the Texas hills. Graham Pugh should be having a ball as a first-year student at the University of Texas in Austin. She's found the perfect Bed and Breakfast – the Bishop's Inn in the quaint town of Peaceful. Unfortunately for him, his roommate, Bishop 'Call Me Bish' Alexander, is an arrogant asshole he can't stand, to the point of dreaming of killing him in his sleep. Even more unfortunately for Graham, when he wakes up early one morning for a lecture, he finds that Bishop actually is dead on the floor.

Susan Rogers Cooper (born 1947) is an American mystery novelist from Austin, Texas. Barbecued Bimbo" from Malice Domestic 5 (1996 Pocket Books PB). Her works place her in the mystery cosy category. Funny As A Dead Comic (1993 St. Martins Press HC). Funny As A Dead relative (1994 St. Kimmey also appears in two short stories: "Barbecued Bimbo" from Malice Domestic 5 (1996 Pocket Books PB). "Ghost Busted" from Murder They Wrote II (1998 Berkeley PB). A stand-alone short story titled "Family Tradition" appears in Vengeance is Hers (1997 Signet PB).

Author Susan Rogers Cooper. Her husband, Willis, has tried to keep E. J. from getting involved in crime solving, but, so far, to no avail d B in a Texas hill town.

The many devoted readers of Susan Rogers Cooper's Milt Kovak mystery series have been noticed from time to time laughing out loud, even during a passage of thrilling drama. Obviously, the author is a very funny woman. And now she brings that aspect of her talent to fruition in the creation of Kimmey Kruse, stand-up comic. Kimmey is constantly assaulted by the public-bartenders, dentists, cleaning ladies - all trying to give her jokes. "I don't tell jokes! I'm a stand-up comic!" But she is just as funny offstage as on, and a character to be savored.Life at this point, however, is about as much fun as picking okra for our pint-sized comedian. While playing the Kaiser Komedy Klub in Chicago, she encounters a former lover, Cab Neusberg, whom she hasn't seen since the Laff-a-Lot club in Denver several years earlier. Planning a brief reprise, Cab arrives at Kimmey's hotel room only to expire in her arms just as things are getting interesting. That's not funny at all, and it's even less funny when Sal Pucci, the Chicago detective who catches the case, informs Kimmey that somebody gave Cab enough digitalis to kill a Buick with heart disease. Who could it have been, Ms. Kruse?As a kind of up-to-date Greek chorus with common sense, there is Kimmey's corporate lawyer friend Phoebe, a very present phone presence in whom Kimmey confides. Phoebe gives the comedian strong doses of reality and the name of the Chicago equivalent of super-lawyer Racehorse Haynes. She'll need it.
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