THOMASINA SWIFT #2 — The secong parody of the stories of Tommy Swift created by Leo Levesque ( www.lulu.com/spotlight/savagelion51 ). This time, Tommy has true love practically crash land in... More > her lap, finds herself mixed up with Russian mobsters, helps save an old man, creates a fantastic jet engine that runs on a secret ingredient, and all while trying to keep men from giving her too many soft, warm and oh-so-nice hugs. Remember that it is best to have read the original in the Omnibus before tackling this one.< Less
In this third installment lampooning Leo L. Levesque's wonderful Thomasina Swift stories, our heroine continues on with her quest to bring her beloved Uncle and his company back to life. This time... More > she is building a large flying wing and electrical generator system. But, death awaits one of the characters high in the air.< Less
Tommy Swift comes from England where she has left shortly after her grandmother is found smothered in a retirement home. She arrives at Swift Enterprises expecting to find a bustling company, but... More > finds a near-bankrupt business. She makes friends with her younger cousin, Sandy, who finds herself smitten with the busty woman. Together they drag the company out of ruins with a fold-out watch, kill a Russian, and generate more electricity than they know what to do with.
These stories are parodies of the first three of the Thomasina Swift tales by author Leo L. Levesque, and have been crafted to follow the original plots while skewering and lampooning those stories.< Less
THOMASINA SWIFT #1 — Author Leo Levesque created the character of Thomasina Swift for his omnibus of stories ( http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/savagelion51 ). With his approval, I have set about... More > parodying them, one-by-one. In this first story, Tommy Swift comes to America under dark circumstances, locates her family who have practically ruined their once-flourishing company, and helps them find a way to get back in the money. And, all while trying to work around men who find her very attractive and distracting, a younger cousin, Sandra, who also finds her attractive and a distraction, and a very large chest that she find to be a distraction. I strongly suggest picking up the original Omnibus and reading those stories first. This will be a lot funnier if you do! By the way, a portion of each book proceeds goes to the original author!< Less