The first novel is like the first time—dreadful.
In Vivian Davenport's first novel, Mitzi St. Bernard's life is more gripping than the hook and loop fastener she claims to have first conceived in the Swiss Alps. From the brutal murder of her mother during her youth in 1935 to the bizarre circumstances surrounding her funeral in 1969, Mitzi survives a shocking Hollywood scandal, hardship in love with an amazingly well-packaged Swedish baron, and drug addiction that leads to a live TV meltdown
The person who impacts her life most is her evil twin, a deranged, cruel beast who is a constant source of anguish. Mitzi's deep belief in lucky pigeons keeps her hope alive.
This racy tale has sex, drugs, scandal, insanity, murder, subversives, zombies, motherships, cross-dressing, a sex-change, hippies, and an evil twin. Fun, fun, fun!