"I realized this wasn’t a graduation beer party—this was a bunch of wannabe ghost hunters. I think I hurt myself grinning."- The Good Girl, David Bernard
“Wake up, Jefferson. Early to bed and early to rise, and you don’t get caught with other men’s wives.” Jefferson answered the door and held it open for Ben Franklin and Marvin. “Damn, Franklin, how can you drink that much and be so chipper the morning after?"- Pixiedelphia Freedom, Robert Allen Lupton
Welcome to Strangely Funny VII, where tropes collide. Deep Ones join LARPs, and monsters attend motivational meetings. A noise-hating gnome takes matters into his own mitts. The term "race against death" takes on a new meaning. Four fab physicists create their own Wall of Sound. And Marvin, everyone's favorite cigar-smoking pixie, is back for another timeline-saving mission.Featuring stories by Rosalind Barden, Henry L. Herz, Robert Allan Lupton, Lena Ng, Jennifer Lee Rossman, and B. David Spicer.
Strangely Funny VII is the eighth book in the series, because the editor can't count. Pick up any volume of the series, though, and you'll find a number of laughs.
Sarah E. Glenn has a B.S. in Journalism, which is a great degree for the dilettante she is. Later on, she did a stint as a graduate student in classical languages. She didn’t get the degree, but she’s great with crosswords. Her most interesting job was working the reports desk for the police department in Lexington, Kentucky, where she learned that criminals really are dumb.
Her great-great aunt served as a nurse in WWI, and was injured by poison gas during the fighting. A hundred years later, this would inspire Sarah to write stories Aunt Dess would probably not approve of. She is co-author of the Three Snowbirds mysteries with Gwen Mayo.
Sarah belongs to Sisters in Crime, the Short Mystery Fiction Society, and the Historical Novel Society. She lives in Safety Harbor, Florida.