Elvis, Jesus and Coca-Cola

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Random House Publishing Group, Aug 1, 1994 - Fiction - 272 pages
29 Reviews
Singer/songwriter Kinky Friedman's flashy mystery stars a Greenwich Village musician named--coincidentally--Kinky Friedman. When a documentary filmmaker suffers a mysterious death, Friedman's search for the missing film forces him to relive his own dark past.

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Kinky is an entertaining writer. - Goodreads
This title has the best ending though. - Goodreads
The plot is decent enough. - Goodreads
His writing style is very off-putting to women. - Goodreads
His writing is just not my cup of tea. - Goodreads

Review: Elvis, Jesus, and Coca-Cola (Kinky Friedman #6)

User Review  - Patricia Gaylee - Goodreads

Not the best writing, but Friedman's style is entertaining. It was silly and fun to read. Read full review

Review: Elvis, Jesus, and Coca-Cola (Kinky Friedman #6)

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Good fun Read full review

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About the author (1994)

Kinky Friedman lives in a little green trailer somewhere in the hills of Texas. He has five dogs, one armadillo, and one Smith-Corona typewriter. By the time you are reading this, Mr. Friedman may either be celebrating becoming the next governor of Texas or he may have retired in a petulant snit.

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