The Man with the Improbable Leg

I’d like to tell you about my latest read,
a romping tale about lust, courage, and greed.
The authors are two: Andy Fanton and MCM.
The characters are the kind who like to condemn
women and foreigners, not to mention the poor
(this story is indeed only for the mature).

But what makes this story truly unique
is that one main character has a sharp beak.
The other, ’tis said, is an admirable fellow
who could outperform a medieval bordello.
Along with a foul-mouthed floating fish,
Archimedes (the duck) and Lord Likely wish
to find a killer in London town
who murders a Duchess of great renown.

The story’s entertaining and light-hearted,
well-written (but with no lessons imparted).
The cheeky illustrations are drawn with skill,
it’s a fun adventure, a laugh, a thrill.

The story was launched just yesterday,
to much trumpeting, fanfare, and nude display.
If your curiosity’s piqued, why not watch the trailer?
You’ll laugh so hard, you’ll need an inhaler.
Or the truly amusing and insanely depraved
should just go read ’bout the duck who misbehaved.

[To read a more comprehensible review, check out what I wrote on Web Fiction Guide]

The Man With the Improbable Leg Trailer:

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About A.M. Harte

A.M. Harte writes twisted speculative fiction, such as the post-apocalyptic Above Ground and the zombie love anthology Hungry For You. She is excellent at missing deadlines, has long forgotten what ‘free time’ means, and is utterly addicted to chocolate.
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