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Beautiful Pam Allison, also known as the Princess, is one of the guys who meets regularly at the Powers Hotel for morning and afternoon coffee. When it appears that someone is blackmailing her on a past event she was not proud of, the guys from Fargo take it upon themselves to root out the blackmailer and save their young damsel from scandal and the wrath of her jealous husband
Advertising exec, Carrigan Mulhouse, who is especially fond of Pam, is the leader of the pack. He seeks the help of T.B. Harvey, who owns a detective agency. What Harvey knows about detective work can be placed in a thimble.
T.B. enlists the help of Leroy R., a Marxist and former D-student at the college, and between these two, a whirlwind of chaos wields its way through this maze as they come up against hard case characters, including Police Officer Hardnuts Brodigan, among other unlikely(s) in an attempt to solve the identity of the blackmailer. However, to payoff the blackmail money demands, the guys from Fargo must resort to scams incorporating the three deadly sins: lying, stealing and cheating. They will do anything to save the reputation of beautiful Pam Allison.
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For those who follow author Kent Kamron (pseudonym for Del Dvoracek), it's no surprise that this prolific prairie writer has once again breathed life into a unique cast of characters, each with their own quirky personality. What IS a surprise is the panoramic view of a region in America that is becoming more desirable every day to people who long for a slice of our past that remains relatively untainted and still romantic ... Fargo, North Dakota. Do yourself a favor and re-live the charm of this 'gateway to the west' as a lovable group of men come to the rather awkward rescue of a damsel in distress for all the right (and a few wrong) reasons. Rick Killion, Editor
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The Guys from Fargo crackles with irreverent wit and off-beat characters caught in a story with more twists than a W.C. Fields cue stick. ---Review by Tony McRae --Tony McRae s fiction has appeared in StoryQuarterly and the Kansas Quarterly.
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