Cassandra, a solitary writer in Barcelona (a US ex-pat) gets a call for help from a stranger - a stylish woman named Frankie - who wants Cassandra to find her husband, so he can sign some important papers. Nothing Frankie says is true: the husband turns out to be a woman, the issue isn't legal papers but a child's custody, and even Frankie's most obvious identity, in red cape and red pumps, is a false front. But Cassandra keeps at it, at first to earn her promised fee, and then to help Frankie, then Frankie's ex, then the child. Along the way, this solitary and somewhat disconnected and bewildered writer frees herself to finish a novel and re-establish a broken relationship. Written by
Did You Know?
[about his date
You know I never would have guessed it.
That she was a transexual
[Cassandra chokes on her drink
Not that I'm judgemental mind you, people are all different - I'm bisexual for instance.
[She chokes again
Oh I'm sorry, being Irish you must not be used to talking about bisexuals, let alone transvestities.
References A Nightmare on Elm Street
Written by Steve Goodman
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