What Are We Gonna Do about Aunt Flossie?

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iUniverse, 2002 - Fiction - 192 pages
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Everyone agrees that the best way to murder Aunt Flossie is to put rat poison in her butterbeans, but there is one little problem. She never leaves the butterbeans long enough for someone to poison them without her seeing.

You will love to hate Aunt Flossie, the foulmouthed octogenarian whose sole purpose in life, it seems, is to make everyone around her miserable, especially the wicked Mr. Lawrence, a millionaire whose hobbies include smuggling arms to Fidel Castro's Cuban revolutionaries in 1957.

In this hilarious comedy/mystery, Aunt Flossie just "takes a notion" to pay an uninvited and unwelcome visit to her nephew Virgil, who lives with Mr. Lawrence at his seaside mansion in Miami, Florida. Aunt Flossie's obnoxious ways-getting drunk, farting, spitting on the carpet, and cursing, just to name a few-finally drive Mr. Lawrence to bribe her with a brand new Cadillac just to make her go away. But is a new car enough to silence Aunt Flossie forever?

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Bibb is a former professional musician, and a graduate of The University of Alabama, Birmingham.

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