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Susan Slutt: Girl Detective

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This postmodern twist on the "if it wasn't for you kids" mystery genre is a side-splitting, gender-bending romp. It is a sophisticated work with a wonderful sense of nuance, subtlety and insider satire. Comprised of a series of related short stories, Susan Slutt takes its name from the lead character, announcing immediately its critigue of mainstream fiction. Important and ...more
Paperback, 296 pages
Published July 1st 2003 by Vineyard Press
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William Land
R-rated girl detective Susan Slutt is back to solve eleven new mysteries.

The new stories are authored by series creator, Kate Emburg or series fan and collector Michael G. Cornelius.

Like the previous stories, these mysteries satire the girls' series novels like Nancy Drew, Judy Bolton, Trixie Belden, and the Dana Girls. The Susan Slutt series makes fun of the stereotypes of such books, particularly those stories which were published before 1950.

The authors continue providing readers with entert
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