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Rex Koko, Private Clown

James Finn Garner

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Rex Koko, Private Clown

Rex Koko, Private Clown

James Finn Garner

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In this clown noir thriller, Rex Koko is hired by an arrogant trapeze artist to bring home his wayward wife. But the bodies begin piling up, and people start asking whether Rex or the wife is responsible.

Latest Episodes

Chapter 23, "A New Deal"

The explanation of the fates of Carlozo and Montgomery is accepted by everyone: police, Rex and the monkeys at the Monkey Hostel. And Top Town has hardly changed. Brought to you by the fine folks at the Suddsy Corporation, who have their busy little hands in just about everything.

14 MIN2018 NOV 20
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Chapter 23, "A New Deal"

Chapter 22, "Black Mariah"

Now that TC Montgomery's fate has been sealed, Rex, Boots and the remaining Redd Brothers argue their next step. As the police sirens close in, Boots makes a drastic decision.

16 MIN2018 NOV 3
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Chapter 22, "Black Mariah"

Chapter 21, "Three Bullets and a Lady"

TC Montgomery is close to completing his elaborate and deadly plot of revenge. What will he do to the last witnesses to his crime? Will Rex and Boots be able to walk out of the tents factory, or will they meet the same fate as Carlozo? Find out the answers in this award-winning mystery parody that puts the hoo-hoo in whodunits. From the best-selling author of Politically Correct Bedtime Stories. Brought to you by Chamberlain's Appease-Mints, guaranteeing your "Peace of mind in our time."

14 MIN2016 APR 19
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Chapter 21, "Three Bullets and a Lady"

Chapter 20, "No Peekie"

At the Plew Perfect Tents Factory, TC Montgomery finally reveals the dark incident in the past that fuels his vendetta against Reynaldo Carlozo, and drove him to kill Berndt Bork and Flying Fleming. And why is Reynaldo's wife gagged and tied to a wheeled chair? It's time for a little game of "Follow the Queen." Brought to you by Okra-Dokies, the delicious frozen snack from "down Georgia way."

17 MIN2015 MAY 21
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Chapter 20, "No Peekie"

Chapter 19, "Ace in the Hole"

Rex is certain that Top Town businessman T.C. Montgomery has had a hand in the killings of Berndt Bork and Flying Fleming, and that he has lured Carlozo to the Plew Perfect Tents Factory on the far side of town. He heads there with nothing but a hard head and an old pistol that may or may not work. What deadly surprises will he find there? Tune into this noir mystery and find out!

13 MIN2015 MAY 6
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Chapter 19, "Ace in the Hole"

Chapter 18, "Tip of the Hand"

After his escape from Kriehbel’s poker game, Rex runs back to the Club Bimbo to return the money he “borrowed” from Lotta. When she catches him in the act, we learn about her own gambling problems. What’s worse, Boots Carlozo has been abducted by the Redd Brothers from the club, and Rex finally figures out who is behind all the killings.

17 MIN2014 FEB 21
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Chapter 18, "Tip of the Hand"

"Have Yourself a Monkey Little Christmas: A Rex Koko, Private Clown Yarn"

While Rex is ringing his bell on the corner for charity, the donations kettle is filched right from under his nose. Who could've snuck in and cloated it without leaving any footprints? As Rex tries to recover the bucket, he is led on an adventure involving a sick friend, a dozen or so uncontrollable monkeys, and a miserly landlord who needs a stern lesson in the spirit of Christmas charity. This heart-warming tale is brought to you by the Ludwig Coal Company, "just like mother used to burn."

21 MIN2013 DEC 4
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"Have Yourself a Monkey Little Christmas: A Rex Koko, Private Clown Yarn"

Chapter 17, "Betting Against the House"

The poker game run by Slats Kriehbel, the Armless Wonder, is high stakes and dangerous. It was also a place frequented by both Berndt Bork and Flying Fleming, both now dead. Rex sneaks past the guards and, using money he stole from Lotta, gets himself a place at the table to gather dirt on the two murdered flyers. His curiosity is not appreciated by the management. Brought to you by Sink Bomb! Blasting germs and odors to Kingdom Come!

21 MIN2013 NOV 22
Comments
Chapter 17, "Betting Against the House"

Chapter 16, “The Wild Widow”

On his way to the poker game, Rex is attacked in an alley by Boots Carlozo, who then passes out inexplicably. He takes her to one place he thinks she’ll be safe: The Club Bimbo. However, the club’s owner Lotta is not in any mood to take in strays. Episode 16 of 23 (From the e-book of the same name, available at Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004YFEUCQ)

17 MIN2013 MAR 21
Comments
Chapter 16, “The Wild Widow”

Chapter 15, "Suicide King"

Rex tries to sort through his loose ends with Hobie Hoobler, the old blind newsie, but comes up with nanty as to who is killing the aerialists of Top Town. Our heroic bigshoe is forced to throw himself head first into some dangerous company to shake loose new clues. Episode 15 of 23 (From the e-book of the same name, available at Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004YFEUCQ)

10 MIN2012 NOV 1
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Chapter 15, "Suicide King"

Latest Episodes

Chapter 23, "A New Deal"

The explanation of the fates of Carlozo and Montgomery is accepted by everyone: police, Rex and the monkeys at the Monkey Hostel. And Top Town has hardly changed. Brought to you by the fine folks at the Suddsy Corporation, who have their busy little hands in just about everything.

14 MIN2018 NOV 20
Comments
Chapter 23, "A New Deal"

Chapter 22, "Black Mariah"

Now that TC Montgomery's fate has been sealed, Rex, Boots and the remaining Redd Brothers argue their next step. As the police sirens close in, Boots makes a drastic decision.

16 MIN2018 NOV 3
Comments
Chapter 22, "Black Mariah"

Chapter 21, "Three Bullets and a Lady"

TC Montgomery is close to completing his elaborate and deadly plot of revenge. What will he do to the last witnesses to his crime? Will Rex and Boots be able to walk out of the tents factory, or will they meet the same fate as Carlozo? Find out the answers in this award-winning mystery parody that puts the hoo-hoo in whodunits. From the best-selling author of Politically Correct Bedtime Stories. Brought to you by Chamberlain's Appease-Mints, guaranteeing your "Peace of mind in our time."

14 MIN2016 APR 19
Comments
Chapter 21, "Three Bullets and a Lady"

Chapter 20, "No Peekie"

At the Plew Perfect Tents Factory, TC Montgomery finally reveals the dark incident in the past that fuels his vendetta against Reynaldo Carlozo, and drove him to kill Berndt Bork and Flying Fleming. And why is Reynaldo's wife gagged and tied to a wheeled chair? It's time for a little game of "Follow the Queen." Brought to you by Okra-Dokies, the delicious frozen snack from "down Georgia way."

17 MIN2015 MAY 21
Comments
Chapter 20, "No Peekie"

Chapter 19, "Ace in the Hole"

Rex is certain that Top Town businessman T.C. Montgomery has had a hand in the killings of Berndt Bork and Flying Fleming, and that he has lured Carlozo to the Plew Perfect Tents Factory on the far side of town. He heads there with nothing but a hard head and an old pistol that may or may not work. What deadly surprises will he find there? Tune into this noir mystery and find out!

13 MIN2015 MAY 6
Comments
Chapter 19, "Ace in the Hole"

Chapter 18, "Tip of the Hand"

After his escape from Kriehbel’s poker game, Rex runs back to the Club Bimbo to return the money he “borrowed” from Lotta. When she catches him in the act, we learn about her own gambling problems. What’s worse, Boots Carlozo has been abducted by the Redd Brothers from the club, and Rex finally figures out who is behind all the killings.

17 MIN2014 FEB 21
Comments
Chapter 18, "Tip of the Hand"

"Have Yourself a Monkey Little Christmas: A Rex Koko, Private Clown Yarn"

While Rex is ringing his bell on the corner for charity, the donations kettle is filched right from under his nose. Who could've snuck in and cloated it without leaving any footprints? As Rex tries to recover the bucket, he is led on an adventure involving a sick friend, a dozen or so uncontrollable monkeys, and a miserly landlord who needs a stern lesson in the spirit of Christmas charity. This heart-warming tale is brought to you by the Ludwig Coal Company, "just like mother used to burn."

21 MIN2013 DEC 4
Comments
"Have Yourself a Monkey Little Christmas: A Rex Koko, Private Clown Yarn"

Chapter 17, "Betting Against the House"

The poker game run by Slats Kriehbel, the Armless Wonder, is high stakes and dangerous. It was also a place frequented by both Berndt Bork and Flying Fleming, both now dead. Rex sneaks past the guards and, using money he stole from Lotta, gets himself a place at the table to gather dirt on the two murdered flyers. His curiosity is not appreciated by the management. Brought to you by Sink Bomb! Blasting germs and odors to Kingdom Come!

21 MIN2013 NOV 22
Comments
Chapter 17, "Betting Against the House"

Chapter 16, “The Wild Widow”

On his way to the poker game, Rex is attacked in an alley by Boots Carlozo, who then passes out inexplicably. He takes her to one place he thinks she’ll be safe: The Club Bimbo. However, the club’s owner Lotta is not in any mood to take in strays. Episode 16 of 23 (From the e-book of the same name, available at Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004YFEUCQ)

17 MIN2013 MAR 21
Comments
Chapter 16, “The Wild Widow”

Chapter 15, "Suicide King"

Rex tries to sort through his loose ends with Hobie Hoobler, the old blind newsie, but comes up with nanty as to who is killing the aerialists of Top Town. Our heroic bigshoe is forced to throw himself head first into some dangerous company to shake loose new clues. Episode 15 of 23 (From the e-book of the same name, available at Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004YFEUCQ)

10 MIN2012 NOV 1
Comments
Chapter 15, "Suicide King"
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