This collection presents most of the comic short stories of Paul Hawkins, a semi-rustic semi-genius. They were all originally written with a crooked spoon on the back of a dusty coal shovel. All have some of the funny in them; some are dark comedy, some are happy comedy, and some veer toward the stupid funny but then redeem themselves. This collection has a little something for everybody, like in a good box of chocolates (not like the waxy no-name brand that appears on store shelves around Christmas and which you give to people you don't particularly like.) Laugh a little - you'll be glad you did.
Fred Hoover: Crime Buster
"Get me $40 in marked ones. I have some very minor criminal activity to investigate."
Such is a typical excerpt from the long-lost transcripts of the FBI's Very Very Petty Crimes Division, opened...