A Susan Slutt Mystery: Susan Slutt Solves the Mystery

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Porkerville is hosting a sleuthing convention, and all the great detectives are there: Fancy Few, the Baccardi Boys, the Boobsey Twins, the Dinah Girls, and many more! But when a real mystery threatens to ruin the convention, can Susan Slutt save the day and solve the crisis before any of the other fabulous sleuths earn the glory for themselves? More
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Published: Sep. 04, 2010
Words: 9,310
Language: English
ISBN: 9781611520064
About Kate Emburg

Kate Emburg is the creator of the Susan Slutt series. In addition to the Susan Slutt series, Kate is the author of two other books. She is also the president of the Phantom Friends, a group dedicated to celebrating series books. She lives in Pennsylvania with her family.

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Review by: meme34 on Feb. 09, 2014 : star star
I read plenty of series books as a kid, but maybe not enough to get all the gags crammed into this story. I wanted to like it, but the humor was a bit too shallow and the plot didn't hold my interest. Not as naughty as the title might imply, but pretty off-color.
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Review by: Susan J. on Dec. 16, 2010 : (no rating)
If I dawdle too much while writing this review, I will have spent more time writing the review than reading the book. This is a very quick read (9310 words), perfect for finishing while waiting for a plane in these days of long airport waits, as I did. The Susan Slutt series is a spoof on the Nancy Drew types series, of the stereotypes of that period. The plot is pretty close to nonexistent, and the mystery is silly, but that is part of the fun. It is is advertised as an adult book, and it is definitely not for children and, is a bit crude, but I didn't find anything objectionable in it, especially given the vein in which it was written. Those who like very clean books might not appreciate the humor, but I thought it was quite funny. Just don't try to take it seriously or mistake it for important literature. I downloaded the book free from Smashwords.com.
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Review by: Adrian Anderson on Dec. 13, 2010 : (no rating)
One more thing - I'm appalled that J.M. Snyder would in anyway deign to be affiliated with a work such as this, be it designing the cover or publishing it. My respect for her just took a BIG HIT.
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Review by: Adrian Anderson on Dec. 13, 2010 : (no rating)
It's a good thing this book was free. Had I paid money for it I'd have been obscenely pi$$ed off. It was basically a worthless read, then again - I got what I paid for it. I honestly will never read another Susan Slutt mystery again. Even IF it's by another author.

I wonder at the mind that can produce such filth.

PS - This book doesn't even deserve ONE star.
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