The Case Of The Not-So-Nice Nurse
“The Funniest Damn titles in gay Fiction” – Instinct
Nurse Cherry Aimless's first vacation from her hectic career in a big–city hospital takes her to visit her spinster Aunt Gertrude in thrilling San Francisco. Wistfully trading her starched white cap and dress for a bright yellow poplin frock with a flared skirt, young Cherry takes to the highway, never imagining the gay adventures that await her. Imagine her surprise to learn that Aunt Gertrude has been kidnapped! Armed only with the contents of her purse, and with the help of new chums Midge, Velma, and a dashing female police officer named Jackie, the plucky but innocent Cherry must save her aunt, find a gaggle of missing nuns, and stop an illegal land grab– all under the warm gaze of her hero, girl detective Nancy Clue. And when the queer caper has ended, will there be a chance for Nancy and Cherry?
This sparkling parody of 1950s girl adventure stories will make you laugh out loud and long for a lemon Jell–O mold. Golly, it's a good time!
From the author of The Case of the Good–For–Nothing Girlfriend and A Ghost in the Closet.
Praise for Mabel Maney
“For those adults who are just big and twisted kids underneath” San Francisco Weekly
“Tongue–in–cheek homoerotic hilarity that's fun, nostalgic, and completely contemporary” Los Angeles Reader
“Maney flawlessly lampoons the torpid style of both children's books and lesbian mysteries where similarly nothing happens without at least three changes of clothing and a good, hot meal” SF Weekly
“America's two greatest girl detectives as lovers? Could anything in the history of pop culture be more irreverent?” Newsday
“Maney has penned a mystery with tongue–in–cheek homoerotic hilarity that's simultaneously fun, nostalgic and completely contemporary” Los Angeles Reader