Going Down For The Count

Going Down For The Count The unlikely trio of gay sleuths from the critically acclaimed Someone Killed His Boyfriend are back in this fast paced and delightful romp of a mystery that takes murder to fashionably funny new heig

  • Title: Going Down For The Count
  • Author: David Stukas
  • ISBN: 9780758200426
  • Page: 254
  • Format: Paperback
  • The unlikely trio of gay sleuths from the critically acclaimed Someone Killed His Boyfriend are back in this fast paced and delightful romp of a mystery that takes murder to fashionably funny new heights It ain t easy being green especially if you re Robert Willsop, a boy from Michigan searching for love in the Prada filled, Chilean sea bass eating world of gay New York.The unlikely trio of gay sleuths from the critically acclaimed Someone Killed His Boyfriend are back in this fast paced and delightful romp of a mystery that takes murder to fashionably funny new heights It ain t easy being green especially if you re Robert Willsop, a boy from Michigan searching for love in the Prada filled, Chilean sea bass eating world of gay New York While his best friend Michael is perfectly content to detail every bit of his latest hot wax demo over a plate of fifty dollar pasta, poverty stricken Robert longs for a good, old fashioned romance So when a chance meeting with the gorgeous, fabulously wealthy Count Siegfried Von Schmidt leads to a whirlwind romance and a marriage proposal, Robert waves goodbye to his dumpy studio apartment and dives in with heart, soul and a brand new Rolex wristwatch Instead of being gloriously happy for him and angling for a spot on the Count s private Lear jet Michael and Monette are deeply suspicious After all, Robert s dates aren t usually described as rich, handsome, and cultured Psychotic, mentally crippled, and pathetic is like it Robert credits their lack of support to extreme jealously, and leaves for Germany in a huff, or as huffy as Midwesterners can get For once, everything is going his way In fact, until the Count is discovered dead with a rather large knife in his back life is just lucky Suddenly trapped in the European vacation from hell and rapidly becoming murder suspect number one, Robert calls in the troops Soon, Michael, Robert, and Monette are traipsing all over Germany, looking for clues to a killer cold enough to murder a man and leave a man and leave a mess on the Berber carpets Could ithave been the spiteful ex lover with the incredible chest The servants who were tired of polishing the silver A disgruntled art collector One thing is becoming painfully certain the Count was no prince in real life, and everyone had reason to stab him With the cops closing in, the trio are in a race to find a moneyed murderer who has decided to tie up all loose endsrmanently.

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    About “David Stukas”

    1. David Stukas

      aka David JamesAlso writes as David James authordavidjames.Dave Stukas was born and raised in the Midwest, moved to New York City in 1980, then moved around the U.S so much, he should have bought stock in U Haul When he wasn t busy moving, he was busy writing He wrote six well reviewed comedy mysteries, published by Kensington Books Someone Killed His Boyfriend 2001 Going Down for the Count 2002 Wearing White to the Black Party 2003 Biceps of Death 2004 This was followed by a different comedy mystery series under the pen name David James The Amanda Thorne mysteries Three Bedrooms, Two Baths, One Very Dead Corpse 2010 A No So Model Home 2012 Comedy is the recurring theme in his writing, and it remains front and center as he breaks through to another genre science fiction adventure COMEDY science fiction adventure.In 2015, he finished Someone Has to Save the Earth, available on Kindle as an ebook.Besides cycling, high altitude hiking and reading books, continuing to breathe is a top priority of his.Like him, his blog is truly lost in the cosmos.

    560 thoughts on “Going Down For The Count”

    1. Rating: 3.75* of fiveThe Publisher Says: The unlikely trio of gay sleuths from the critically acclaimed Someone Killed His Boyfriend are back in this fast-paced and delightful romp of a mystery that takes murder to fashionably funny new heights. It ain't easy being green--especially if you're Robert Willsop, a boy from Michigan searching for love in the Prada-filled, Chilean sea bass-eating world of gay New York. While his best friend Michael is perfectly content to detail every bit of his lates [...]


    2. Continuing the adventures with Robert and his friends: vain and selfish Michael and best friend Monette.This story finds Robert in a whirlwind romance with a charming German Count, who whisks him off to a life of love and luxury which unfortunately comes to an abrupt halt when the Count is murdered at a party. Alas it was all just too good to be true.And of course we knew that!Once again Robert, Michael (with his vain and selfish self) and Monette ( the dashing six foot lesbian) find themselves [...]


    3. I must say it's a fun light read, very much in the style of the first book, 'Someone Killed His Boyfriend.' Monette is stealing my heart as the best literary fun lesbian ever written (At one point, she's got it all figured out, but won't tell anyone because there's a storm front moving in and she wants to gather all the possible individuals around a dinner table and announce the killer that way - just like in mystery books! You gotta love it).Poor Robert finally gets himself a lover, and the lov [...]


    4. These are hilarous quick reads filled with great humor that had me laughing outloud. Over the top but still realistic somehow. The main character who always has stuff happen to him and his best friend who doesn't have much common sense are lovable.


    5. The characters are so real! Each so charming and unique and they just come to life. I would read anything of his I could get my hands on! Grocery list! I don't care!





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