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Lawrence Frightengale Investigates - Lawrence & Myrna Mysteries #1 - cover

Lawrence Frightengale Investigates - Lawrence & Myrna Mysteries #1

Aidee Ladnier, Debussy Ladnier

Publisher: Aidee Ladnier

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Television horror host Lawrence Frightengale and his leading lady, the glamorous drag performer Myrna Boy, find themselves racing against the clock when the theft of a classic car bound for the Out & About Parade threatens to be a showstopper for Lawrence's career.

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