- 229 p. ; 20 cm.
- Summary:For once, Jack Susko is feeling pretty good: his second-hand bookshop is on the up, he has cash in his wallet that he doesn't owe anybody, and the cops haven't been around in ages. Even his cat, Lois, is being nice to him. Then one morning a beautiful woman knocks on his door and hands him an eviction notice. His former boss, the corrupt property developer Ziggy Brandt, asks for Jack's help in a particular situation and won't take no for an answer. Throw in an ex-lover, her jealous boyfriend, half-a-dozen Playboy bunnies, a Nazi Luger and, of course, the cops, and it's safe to say that Jack's favourable winds are quickly turning a little rough.