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The Pointless Adventures of Dartman & Cueball

Henry Harding

Fiction, Young Adult, Comedy, Crime

Fast-paced, action packed and occasionally ridiculous superhero parody. I call it a cartoon novel and its only purpose is to make you laugh.

Eight grisly murders in as many days and a number of mysterious disappearances arouse the razor sharp instincts of Commissioner Wilson and his newly hired chief of police, Frankie Corleone, to the possibility that the terminally unlucky people of Topham City might just have another pesky super villa...