This was my first Kinky Friedman book....what a crazy guy! I'm looking forward to reading more from this series.
Another great one from the man that may well be the next Governor of Texas...go Kinky go! :-)
fun read. different from what i usually pick
Kinky is as Kinky does. Funny in an off-beat way.
Very differnt. I enjoyed this book a lot
Someday he'll be Gov' Kinky....
Crazy, fun, worth reading all of Kinky's books! Hopefully the next governor of Texas.
"Kinky arrives at his family's combination ranch/summer camp for boys and girls to find urgent messages from the local justice of the peace. It seems Her Honor is a tad concerned that little old ladies in the area are dropping dead at an alarming rate. Fearing something foul is afoot, she persuades Kinky to undertake some sleuthing."
" . . .Kinky Friedman at his dead-level best, mixing his irresistible irreverance with a really great mystery."
Kinky Friedman is living proof that you can be a Texan, a New Yorker, a Jewish country and western singer and an amateur detective at the same time. But when New York City gets a little too full of murder and mayhem to suit him, Kinky heads for the fresh air of the Lone Star State - filtered of course, through his ever-present cigar. But something is rotten in the state of Texas too, and Kerrville's justice of the peace asks the Kinkster for his help. Four old ladies have died in the past few months, and though there's no apparent link, Judge Pat Knox is sure there's a connection. Before the case ends, Kinky will meet up with a rose growing survivalist, a swarm of angry bees, a swarm of eight year old buckaroos at his father's ranch and summer camp and, if he's not careful he may just meet up with his own untimely end.