Seashell Virgin – PRINT – Paperback

The third and final Nacho Mama’s book. A group led by the evil Ponce brothers is trying to close Hoosier Daddy, rape the natural beauty of Brown County, and wrest control of the Pie Hole from Foxy. Once again, the friends must set things right — this time by throwing the most elaborate drag show the world has ever seen.

Suggested Price: $17.95

Minimum Price: $6.00

Description

Mystery, Wit & Drag Queens

Homo Heroes vs Politico Ponce Brothers

Fast paced fun. Touching and tawdry. Churchies, crooks, and rapscallions scheme to close our only gay bar, rape a forest, and get rich with a gay hating charter school. Break-ins, kidnapping, threats, blackmail, bondage, and the most spectacular drag show the world has ever seen, thrill and delight you as the anti-heroes from Nacho Mama’s Patio Cafe once more answer the call to set things straight, as it were.

A great read. Fast, funny, and funky. The third Nacho Mama’s Patio Cafe book has all your favorites – TiaRa del Fuego, impresaria extraordinaire; Nacho Mama, gruff restaurateur; Aunt May, sweet lil ol Southern belle with a thousand lurid stories of her sexual past; BB Singer, anti-hero dropped in the midst of the mess, whose only desire is to escape unscathed with his latest treasure, an 18” statue of the Virgin Mary festooned with seashells; and many more old n new fun and funky friends. The villain is a plastic politico named Ponce (absolutely in NO way resembling any current politician) who looks like a model for the groom on a wedding cake, claims to be driven by gawd, and will do any nasty thing to get what he wants. His brother is much worse.

With the humor of Fletch, the wild adventures of Stephanie Plum, the tenderness of Le Cage, and the camaraderie of Tales of the City, Seashell Virgin highlights life of a band of middle-aged friends seeking to find a bit of joy in Magawatta, a tiny spot of blue in the very red state of Injana.

Want an inscription from the author? Shoot me an email to Steve@AnySummerSunday and tell me what you’d like – anything from a signature to a short essay on the title page.

Note: These books are printed by Ingram, so are higher quality than Amazon. They are the quality you would typically see in a bookstore. Plus, you get to pick your price (above $6 which is what it costs me)