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Kensington Publishing Corp., Feb 28, 2012 - Fiction - 320 pages
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I'm no hero. In fact, up until a couple of days ago, I was the villain. Kidnapped maidens, scared kids, stole magic tchotchkes--until I got into a little scrape with the union. Now I'm cursed with the worst fate in New Never City--no matter what I do, I gotta be nice.

So when a head-case princess named Asia barges into my apartment and asks me to find out who whacked her stepsister, Cinderella, I have no choice but to help her. And I'm more than willing to head back to her parents' castle and do some investigating if it means I can get into her black leather cat suit. Except this twisted sister has a family nutty enough to send the Biggest Baddest Wolf running for the hills--and a freaky little curse of her own. . .

"More than f***ed-up. Demented. Hilarious." --Mario Acevedo, author of Werewolf Smackdown

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User Review  - Jefficus - LibraryThing

Take a darkly comic romp through the land of Mother Goose inside the skull of a lecherous villain who has been forced to play nice by magical restraining order. While the characters are all familiar, this is definitely not the fairy tale land you remember from preschool. Read full review

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User Review  - Becky_Jean - LibraryThing

Soo...despite my prolonged absence from GR, I'm not dead. And to celebrate that fact, this is my first review in awhile. I wish it could have been a slightly more positive review, but one takes the ... Read full review

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Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, J.A. Kazimer escaped at a young age and now lives and writes in Denver, Colorado. Kazimer holds a master's degree in forensic psychology and has worked as a PI, bartender, and most recently at the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics. For current works and more information, visit, read The New Never News fairytale blog at, or follow on Twitter @jakazimer and @newnevernews.

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