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39. Julian Clary, "Murder Most Fab"
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el_staplador wrote in queerlit50
This left me with mixed feelings. On the one hand, I raced through it. On the other, I was distinctly underwhelmed when I'd finished doing so. It wasn't the laugh-a-minute the various celebrity endorsements proclaimed it to be, but who believes celebrity endorsements?

Actually, I think this was half the problem for me - it dealt with a world of TV stardom that means nothing to me, and so I really didn't care. The plot just wasn't very interesting; neither were the characters.

The other half of the problem was that it dealt very flippantly with euthanasia, violence, drug abuse and sex work, and wasn't funny enough (I found) to carry it.

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