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Magical Crimes

3.31  ·  Rating Details ·  39 Ratings  ·  8 Reviews
5 stars - "Reminded me of Jasper Fforde," Tiggrie

Magical Crimes is a fun CSI with magic and ‘a little something else’ story. The little something else being two foot long and lurking in the hero’s trousers. But don’t worry, the penis in this story is used purely for the purpose God intended – humour and crimefighting – not lustful titillation.

Seb Kemp is a psychic profil
Kindle Edition, 65 pages
Published 2010 by Book View Cafe (first published December 31st 2009)
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Moderately amusing. Be sure to get it from the library and set aside an entire half hour to read it in. More a short story than a novel. More a shot across the bow of a series.
Seb wakes up with a huge ... thingie. [I'm in the Children's Room.] He has no idea where it came from and if he sees something erotic, it will only get bigger.
Before he can figure out where it came from, who gave it to him. etc., he's called out on assignment. He works for some magical police squad thingie (different thing
Shawn Dvorak
Mar 12, 2016 Shawn Dvorak rated it really liked it
Sebastian Kemp, an investigator for Magical Crimes, has a big problem. After a long night on the town that he can't remember, he wakes up to discover that a most private body part has been magically enhanced to donkey proportions. Worse, as he's trying to remember how this happened and figure out how to reverse it (it seemed like a great thing for all of 30 seconds), Sebastian is called to work on a case with a new partner. The fact that she is in her early 20's and very attractive makes it much ...more
Lindsay Stone
Mar 18, 2016 Lindsay Stone rated it really liked it
Short funny

A good story to start up a series
The characters were funny and extremely likeable would read more if next book comes in
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You will laugh a lot.
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Funny and completely original.
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A crude version of Aaronovitch 's books. Very short so not much time wasted
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A very good detective style story with a huge helping of humour!
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