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Pizza Noir Book No. 2 opens up with Detective Scott Smith's axe-related homicide investigation—an assignment which he considers himself lucky for, compared with the morass that has become his colleague Thompson's caseload.
Pizza Noir Book No. 3 a saga of mysterious deaths, werewomen, land-eating sharks and magified roller derby chicks continues and Detective Rick Thompson is left to pick up the pieces
Chapter 1: Detective Thompson Reflects On The Strange Set Of Circumstances That Has Led Him To Witness So Much Death And Carnage As He Laments That It Has Likely Only Just Begun.
Chapter 3: The hunting party catches a whiff of some on-the-run wolf monsters and treats them to a bit of a head wringer before relaxing at the tavern.
Chapter 4: The gang takes in a doubleheader funeral, then catches a nap before the evening’s derby match versus the Seattle Plaiden and subsequent werewolf-lady hunting expedition down in Olympia.
Chapter 6: A nighttime search party follows a dream down to the seaside, and the trip morphs into a search and rescue mission. After that, all to the public house for bean burgers.
Chapter 7: At the low low cost of getting assaulted at a run-down motel and having a shotgun pointed at him, the detective’s following up on leads along the interstate leads to new hands on deck.
Chapter 9: A quiet night at home becomes yet another escapade into the night to terminate some of the other-wordly moon dogs for Kitty Licker and Det. Thompson.
Chapter 10: An ad hoc detachment of Rollers, Lickers, ex-cons and parole officers head down to the Bay Area to mess up some werewolves.
Chapter 12: Just as we were getting to know the land-going sharks better, they pull a vanishing act that warrants MUFON logistical support and Art Bell’s midnight analysis.
Chapter 13: The recent realization that their enemies’ origins are extra-galactic compels the good ladywolves to direct their interdiction efforts toward the heavens.
Chapter 15: A sniff around the nearby galaxy systems shows them to be relatively clear of wolfwomen, but traveling farther from the sun is expected to increase the probability of an astral conflict.
Chapter 16: UFO reports continue in the wake of the visit by the space sharks’ mothership, while Detective Thompson and Lieutenant MacKinney try to figure out how to amend department operating policy to accommodate for galactic sharks and werewolf women.