Detective Richard Dick is hired to look into mysterious disappearances in the town of Wareville. His client is enormous, the suspects are bizarre and the situation is turning critical. This isn't Dick's typical case but, then again, this laugh-out-loud story isn't your typical mystery either!
From the twisted mind of Wade J. McMahan (author of "Bite This! A Richard Dick Mystery") comes another hilarious short story. Ralph the hairy-legged Fairy gets called up on the carpet by the Queen's representative, Rupert the Low. A meeting of the two minds at a local Bug Bar, however, is about to change the situation. You'll never look at stories about Fairies the same way again!
If you thought the holidays were stressful, rest assured you have it much easier than private investigator Richard Dick. In this outing in the worldwide bestselling series, Santa Claus enlists Dick's help to whittle down his naughty-or-nice list. A discovery of ambiguities in the life of one child may mean a stocking full of coal. Dick's got only one shot at making this kid's Christmas be merry, but his efforts are about to unveil a terrible, dark secret at the North Pole. A new, hilarious short... more info>>
Private investigator Richard Dick encounters his most challenging case yet when a prospective client unexpectedly appears in his office. Percival J. Buttersnipe is a multi-millionaire, an incorrigible snob, and thoroughly dead-that's right, Percy is a ghost! In this latest, rollicking release in the worldwide bestselling Richard Dick mysteries series, Percy hires Dick to evict a group of cutthroats from his deteriorating mansion in Chicago's stylish Lincoln Park. An uproarious tale of ghost... more info>>
Private detective Richard Dick is back, fresh from his sleuthing success in the runaway international bestseller BITE THIS! In his latest case, Dick finds himself once again mixed up in wacky trouble including magical onions, a mouse who won't kiss him, a witch who loves to turn people into frogs and, of course, a gorgeous woman. Can Dick solve the case without getting hexed himself? This is #2 in the Richard Dick short story series.