Knut (the lone vigilante)
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If you like old fashioned,heart-warming, slapstick comedy, join the fun!
Knut had always wanted to be a Policeman or
Fireman, but he was three inches too short for regulations.
Now he has decided to form his own one-man law
enforcement agency.This is small-town chuckles
at its best.
For sheer light hearted entertainment, “Knut” is hard to beat! More
Introducing Knut, a "feel-good" book about a small man destined to become a big folk hero.
The reader looking for a tall, dark, and handsome hero might want to change their mind, after reading this book. Knut is sandy-haired and short, with a bit of a straggly handle-bar moustache, and his hair is just a bit thin on top, noticeable only if he removes his big white cowboy hat.
Knut had always wanted to be a Policeman, but was three inches too short for regulations. This couldn't discourage a determined man, however. He believed he could whip guys six feet and over, if the need arose, so he decided to take fate into his own hands by forming his own one-man amateur police force. Now he patrols his small town in an old rusty station wagon, keeping everyone safe.
Drop in and meet the gang at Lulu's Cafe, where most of the action begins.
You'll love the characters. Many of them look like they just stepped off a Norman Rockwell cover painting.
There's Mayor Gerkhen, as political as he is overweight, Otto Bersten, the deputy Sheriff, and his wife Verna (the prettiest biker-babe in town, who discovers the secret behind Cleopatra's beauty).
Most of the town is populated with good folks, with just enough problems to keep Knut busy.
Knut becomes the town's hero, after capturing three armed bank robbers single-handed. Lulu has a secret crush on him, and persuades him to place a sign on her cafe which reads "KNUT EATS HERE."
This book is where the fun begins.
Knut is just plain good old fashioned comedy.
Will the fire department chop down the Mayor's house by mistake?
Can Heinie Gobel be reformed enough to get a date with his secret lifelong love, Daisy-May? Why does she always slam her door in his face?
Who stole Flossie, the prize-winning pig? Here is a quote from the book:
"Sweet Flossie," said Knut, "Nicest pig I ever met! Ever been kissed by a pig, Mayor?"
The Mayor looked at Knut questioningly, and shook his head.
"You'd be surprised!" said Knut.
The reader will be surprised too, by this, and a lot more, in Knut (the Lone Vigilante).
You are hereby invited to join the crowd and the excitement in Smalltown, U.S.A.
A lot of new friends await you there.
Let's hear three big cheers for “Knut.” Rib-tickling, and heart-warming enjoyment.
And to anyone who does cheer for him, we can probably predict Knut's reaction: He removes his hat, scratches his head, kicks a rock in the road, maybe blushes a little, and says, "Well, shucks, I'm just doin' my job."
E.M. Delaney, Authonomy award-winning author wrote:"...a very talented writer. One who uses the old-fashioned basics. In our entertainment environment, we don't see good clean fun like Knut anymore. It's like, he represents something out of our past, a time when we didn't have to make sexual innuendo...a part of our agenda. We could take our Grandkids to a movie like Knut, and have a great time."
I like to think of Knut as our latest folk hero.
This book is filled with sheer, light-hearted slapstick chuckles, and a wonderfully lovable small-town cast.