Butch Fatale: Dyke Dick by Christa Faust

By Christa Faust


A full-length novel.

Butch Fatale is a fast-talking, skirt-chasing, two-fisted lesbian deepest investigator with an insatiable urge for food for 2 issues — ladies and trouble.

It started out effortless. a bit misplaced femme, a heartbroken butch and fats roll of money owed. but if the attractive corpses begin stacking up, Butch realizes she’s acquired enemies in excessive locations and the Armenian mob measuring her for a plot within the Glendale Cemetery.

“Christa Faust is a Veronica in a global of Betties” - Quentin Tarantino, director of INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS
“A new younger tiger…the ‘First Lady’ of not easy Case Crime.” - Richard S. Prather, writer of the Shell Scott novels.


"...as humorous, tricky and sharp because the PIs of the golden era." - Spinetingler journal

"... a shrewdpermanent, sexy and affectionate send-up, in addition to a instantly up natural pulp story of 1 of the main kickass and randy gumshoes ... " exciting Detective

"Faust's major personality is what a small-town butch like myself aspires to be: convinced, cocky, masculine, and delicate multi functional package." - Velvetpark.com

"Dirty, disgraceful and dangerously darkish - this isn't a ebook to lend for your mom. except you're my kid..." Val McDermid, writer of The Retribution

Christa Faust is the writer of 11 novels, together with Choke carry, funds Shot, and Hoodtown. cash Shot was once nominated for an Edgar award, Anthony award and Barry award, and received a Spinetingler award within the ‘Rising Star’ classification. She additionally writes media tie-ins, together with the Scribe award profitable novelization of Snakes on a airplane.

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When the intercensal estimates for the seventies were evaluated in the light of the 1980 Census, it turned out that they had become progressively more severe underestimates as the decade progressed. The FBI is only able to adjust the VCR retrospectively after a decennial Census to correct for the errors in the intercensal estimates it has used. There is a substantial effect on the VCR change measures in the year immediately following the decennial census as the VCR population figures successively 36 2.

The sampling frame of the NCS is, like the population base of the VCR, the resident population of the 50 states and the District of Columbia. S. 1 for the adjustment of the VCR base to the population 12+. The change observed here is due to the fact that we have doubled the number of years in the trend and that the rate of increase in the 12+ population slowed in the 1980s. Procedural and Definitional Sources of Divergence 41 includes them. Although most crimes occurring in these excluded habitations presumably would not be VCR-recorded (thefts in barracks, for example, handled by the military justice or disciplinary system, and most crimes by prison or mental institution inmates against each other or by the institutional authorities), victimizations of such excluded persons occurring outside the institutional setting would be included (as would offenses committed by such persons against in-frame victims in the NCS).

The common wisdom on crime prevention is replete with prescriptions for situational responses to victimization. There is no systematic data that can be used to test this wisdom. 6. Expanding information on the outcomes of victimization incidents. Although we have information on the loss or injury resulting from victimization events, we have little data on the response of the criminal justice and other systems to crime. More information should be obtained on the nature of the service received by victims after the incident.

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