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Storylandia Issue 8: Dr. Hackenbush Gets Some Culture

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Mabel Hackenbush, frontwoman and singer for Dr. Hackenbush and Her Orchestra, is up to her ukuele-playing neck in trouble in this murder mystery novella set in the Los Angeles art and music scene of the 1980s. More information at
Paperback, 110 pages
Published January 8th 2013 by Wapshott Pressty Press
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Paul Mcfarland
Aug 08, 2014 Paul Mcfarland rated it it was amazing
A fine novelette which contains many wondrous things which include in no reasoned order: hitherto unrelated facts regarding the good doctor herself, a finely presented and solved art theft mystery, and the socioeconomic intersection of a drug cartel, Latino and Vietnamese street gangs. This is a nexus that results in a truly appalling body count.

When you then throw in the ever more complicated relationship of Dr. Hackenbush and Eddie Lee, the fine gig at the newly renovated Lotus Room at the Ho
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Ginger Mayerson lives in Los Angeles, California. She's published in the Coe Review, Roux Magazine, The Velvet Mafia, and The Journal of the Image Warehouse. Originally trained as a composer, she now writes novels, poetry, essays, reviews, interviews, makes collages, and edits the Journal of the Lincoln Heights Literary Society and publishes books and magazines at the Wapshott Press in her spare ...more
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