Ian M. Dudley was born in California in 19--, in what will undoubtedly go down in the history books as a dark year indeed for literature. At age 18, he ran away to New York City to find fame and glamor in the New York literary world. He didn't.
Ian has written numerous unpublished works of fiction and non-fiction, the titles of which are too terrible to duplicate here, except for The Killer Party: How to Host A Murder Mystery. The promotional activities for that book led to his incarceration in 1993 in the New York Municipal Hospital for the Criminally Insane.
It's hard to enjoy Xmas when even the Santa Claus Gang's out to get you.
When the Prussian Death Squad Robot commandos disappear on Xmas Eve, the crime bears all the hallmarks of the dreaded Santa Claus Gang. With only a few hours to locate the missing commandos, Marlowe and Nina find themselves yet again delving into the seedy, dumpster-filled underbelly of the City’s criminal underworld.
Obsoleted by technological advances, a clone intended for spare parts attempts to avoid death by proving a woman who crashed to Earth is indeed from outer space.
Marlowe and the Spacewoman is a sci-fi satire about Marlowe, a private eye recovering from his own murder, and Nina, a purported spacewoman whose arrival has caused ripples amongst the political elite.
Can Marlowe save both their lives?