Musical Chairs

Musical Chairs

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By (author) Kinky Friedman

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  • Publisher: Faber & Faber Crime
  • Format: Paperback | 224 pages
  • Dimensions: 112mm x 173mm x 18mm | 136g
  • Publication date: 1 February 1999
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 0571196411
  • ISBN 13: 9780571196418
  • Sales rank: 427,417

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A story featuring the foul-mouthed Kinky Friedman, ace private eye, which first appeared in More Kinky Friedman. Someone is killing the Texas Jewboys, a guerrilla country-music band, and Kinky stalks the killer, armed only with attitude and a cigar.

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Kinky Friedman - commonly known to his many fans as 'The Kinkster' - first found fame as the lead singer of the country-and-western band 'The Texas Jewboys'. He is also the author of a series of highly acclaimed detective stories, featuring himself as the wise-cracking, cigar-smoking, cat-loving sleuth. He populates his novels with many of his friends and associates, portraying them (to their great delight) as villains, cheats and con-men. In the words of the great Willie Nelson, he is the 'best whodunnit writer to come along since Dashiel Whats-his-name'. Kinky Friedman lives in a trailer in the South Texas Hills with two dogs, two cats and Dilly, his pet armadillo.

Editorial reviews

Thirteen years after the Texas Jewboys, Kinky Friedman's country-western band, played its last set, somebody is killing them off - from Tequila, who crashes at the Kinkster's N.Y.C. pad a lot harder than he expected, to Wichita and Ray Boatright, victims of "accidents" far from the city. Is the killer Travis Parnell, jealous ex-husband of Kelli Tuck, now carrying on with Kinky's neighbor Winnie (and if so, what's the connection)? Or is it one of the Jewboys themselves, waiting to pick them off during the reunion tour Kinky organizes (and if so, why the long wait)? Don't get too concerned - you'll forget the mystery every time Kinky sounds off (several times a page) about lesbians, bumper stickers, cats as roommates, and "deja Jew." If Greenwich Killing Time and Frequent Flier didn't make a fan of you, this one won't either. But true-blue fans will recognize it as a star turn, with just enough plot to give shaggy, offensive Kinky a bass for his riffs. (Kirkus Reviews)