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Galya Popoff and the Dead Souls

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It's five a.m. in the little California coastal town of Santa Maria del Lobo, and Professor Galya Popoff is waiting for her poodle to finish his rest-stop by the college Campanile. In the darkness, two hundred feet over their heads, Chancellor Siegfried ("Nazi") Nottbeck is honing his free climbing skills. Suddenly, his body plunges out of the night sky and hits the bricks ...more
Kindle Edition, 304 pages
Published December 17th 2012 by book baby (first published December 15th 2012)
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Linda Cole
Fun book enjoyed each part

Fun book enjoyed each part

Very funny laughed out loud in many parts different characters that you won't forget great happy ending looking further for more adventures
Julia George
Jan 22, 2013 Julia George rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
Recommends it for: anyone who loves to laugh
This book is laugh-out-loud funny. The farcical situations the characters get into are crazy but totally believable within the context of the plot. Galya Popoff is an eccentric, loveable sleuth, a well-rounded creation who is bossy but warm-hearted, intelligent and creative. The narrator, her son, the out-of-work Hollywood soap star, is charming, sexy and sympathetic. The third member of the sleuthing trio is an absolutely adorable poodle named Kroshka who, as Lance says, is Sherlock Holmes in a ...more
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Apr 06, 2014 Vykki rated it 4 of 5 stars
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This book was a real hoot I loved it. Never piss off a Russian mom.
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Julia George is the pen name of a husband and wife writing team - Julia Odegard and George Kovach. Julia and George haven't always been writers. Most of their adventures have been in the world of the theater. They've both acted and directed. George also produced plays and made documentary films. Julia has designed costumes and sets and performed in commercials. Along the way she ran her won interi ...more
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