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BANG BANG
  • SKU: SKU3359
  • Weight: 2.00 lbs.
  • Publisher: Bedlam (Necro)
  • Page Count: 247
  • Print Run: 26
  • Release Date: December 2012
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BANG BANG

(Signed Lettered Hardcover)

Patrick Malloy

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Synopsis

Youthimax is a cure-all miracle drug from Johnson and Johnson which has all but eliminated death in modern society. Which is great news. Unless you work at a funeral home.

The OíRourke Funeral Home in West Philadelphia has fallen into obscurity, along with itís two sole employees. Max and Bligh waste the days away sleeping in coffins and counting shovels until that fateful day that they decide to become serial killers. The drunken Bligh finds serendipitous instructions in the Beatles tune ďMaxwellís Silver HammerĒ and convinces his partner that itís only right that Maxwell kill with a silver hammer. With little business and less regret, Maxwell and his alcoholic train wreck of a partner become the most infamous serial killers in Philadelphia history.

Business is booming in both the funeral home and the serial killing industries as the world searches for these Beatles killers.

In a perfect world, serial killers could do their jobs unencumbered. But the world isnít perfect, and the duo are soon weighed down with a nosey Mafioso, an uncontrollable teen daughter, the funeral homeís bitter elderly owner, and the F.B.I. Obviously, comedy abounds.

Bang Bang has everything a dark comedy should have including, but not limited to: murder, love, murder, alcohol, murder, stereotyping, murder, Beatles music, murder, family, murder, public transportation, and even murder. In case you havenít figured it out, thereís a whole lotta murder in this book.

Will the F.B.I. catch the killers?

Will the mafia get to the murderers first?

Will Paul McCartney sue this writer?

Find out in Bang Bang, the hilariously untrue story of funeral home serial killers and hammer hijinks. And Vaseline! All of your non-Paul-McCartney-lawsuit questions are answered in this brilliant debut novel, written in the style of a poorly educated Mark Twain!