Meanwhile Back At the Ranch
Simon and Schuster, Sep 2002, 24.00
For private sleuth working on more than one case at a time is just too much work. Yet now he is stuck with two distinct investigations in different parts of the country. The first case involves the search for a missing eleven-year-old autistic child, Dylan Weinberg, whose entire vocabulary consists of one expression "shnay". The other case focuses on a vanished cat in Texas.
For Kinky, t... Mile High Club
former country music turned p.i. meets beautiful woman on a plane. she disappears and the chase is on.... Steppin' On A Rainbow
Simon & Schuster, Sep 2001, 23.00, 208 pp.
The entire borough of Manhattan must be on vacation except for Kinky Friedman and his silent feline. Things look boring from every perspective until reporter Will Hoover calls to inform Kinky that one of his Village Irregulars Mike McGovern has vanished. Knowing the importance of taking care of your own kind, Kinky prefers boredom and ignoring Mike's disappearance.
However, ... Ten Little New Yorkers
Simon & Schuster, March 2005, 24.00, 195 pp.
Amateur private investigator Kinky Friedman is despondent because his cat is missing and he has no case to occupy his time. He also feels that his life is not going to get any better than it is, which makes him even more depressed. His friends convince him to go to his Echo Hill Ranch in Texas; which he does.
When he arrives at the ranch, he feels much better until his neighbor Win...
The Prisoner of Vandam Street
Simon & Schuster, March 2004, 24.00, 228 pp.
While drinking at the Corner Bistro with his friend McGovern, Kinky Friedman starts shaking, mumbling and goes from hot to cold in an instant. He blacks out and comes to in a hospital. At first Kinky thinks McGovern slipped him a Mickey, but the symptoms continue. The Kinkster knows he is sick but it takes the doctor a while to figure out what is wrong with him. He suffers from a vi...