Gay Resort Murder Shock

Marc, a 50-ish opera queen, and his young, ditsy dancer firend, Paul, find themselves off the coast of Queensland, working at a gay resort run by Newton Heath, a friend of Marc's.

Gay Resort Murder Shock

The ineptly intrepid sleuthing team from One Dead Diva returns, this time working at a gay resort off the coast of Queensland. Marc, a 50-ish opera queen, and his young, ditsy dancer friend Paul are working for Marc's friend, Newton Heath, until Newton is suddenly murdered! Immediately all who come in contact with Marc and Paul are suspect #1, including a sexy American slut, a media star with a secret, and church leaders with one airplane and a hidden agenda. As they unravel the mystery, Marc and Paul discover gay holidaymakers aren't the only form of life on this bizarre island.

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