Shemnock Helms & Dentist Botsun in the Mysterious Case of the Odditot Family

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Shemnock Helms & Dentist Botsun in the Mysterious Case of the Odditot Family

The first of the Shemnock stories was done as a radio play and can be heard below or from this site’s turntable. The Case of the Uninvited Zombie introduces Shemnock and his assistant, Dentist Botsun, as they unwind a mysterious case that revolved around the Halloween party we were preparing for the small office where I worked at the time. Many thanks to my son, Troy, who performed in it.

This short book about The Odditot Family follows up on the fame and acclaim generated by the original story as Shemnock sets out to solve a mysterious case centered around missing persons and accusations of cannibalism! More bizarre yet, the atrocities are allegedly perpetrated against innocent children! As is quickly becoming the standard, Dentist Botsun provides ballast to a sometimes overwhelmed Helms. This short story is based loosely around the particular attributes of my children, who I never ever ate. It is dedicated to them, and children everywhere.


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Title: Shemnock Helms & Dentist Botsun in the Mysterious Case of the Odditot Family
Class: Fiction
Type: Book
Media Audible, eBook, and Paperback
Genre(s): Childrens, Comedy, Crime, and Mystery
Author: Richard C. Crossley
Publisher: Amazon
Published Date: 10/12/2018

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The Original Shemnock Helms story only exist as an audio file. Give it a listen!

 

Book Two; This one being listed, is available on Amazon as an eBook and paperback, and available right here in audible format for free. Give it a listen (and then go buy the book ya cheapskate).

 


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3 thoughts on “Shemnock Helms & Dentist Botsun in the Mysterious Case of the Odditot Family”

  1. I thought this was pretty bizarre at first, but liking the odd (no pun intended) I hung in there and before I knew it, was laughing my ass off. The stories, as in the kids thoughts or the poetry parts, I was very impressed with.

  2. I love it when the author likes their own work enough to leave pretty comments 🙂
    I know, I know, you’re just testing. So impatient.

    1. like you should talk karen.. you’re just a … karen 🙂

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