DON'T GET STUMPED. GET PSYCHED!
You've seen him solve unsolvable crimes, stop unstoppable killers, and consume unconsumable breakfast cereals. Now Shawn Spencer, the mastermind from TV's hit show Psych, shows you how to become a fake psychic-and a real detective-using his patented methods of crime-fighting awesomeness. Along the way, he'll help you deal with whiny sidekicks (that means you, Gus), interfering police officers (including but not limited to Chief Vick, Lassiter, Henry, Buzz MacNab, and, ah, Juliet), and flashes of genius (like Evel Knievel's white leather jumpsuit). You'll discover:
. . . and way more cool stuff.
Packed with insane pop quizzes, unbelievable case studies, unflattering photos, and off-the-chart charts, this all-in-one guide will have you solving crimes and catching crooks like a pro-even if you don't have a clue.
|Publisher:||Grand Central Publishing|
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|File size:||36 MB|
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About the Author
Burton "Gus" Guster has been party to the impulsive adventures of his best friend since they were kids, which is why he's convinced himself that the straight and narrow -- a job as a pharmaceutical sales rep, 401(k) and a regular paycheck is right where he belongs. Still, the idea of being a private investigator intrigues him, and while he is completely horrified by Shawn's behavior most of the time, he knows that the excitement and adventure of their new enterprise might just make it all worth it.
Table of Contents
Author's Note xi
Chapter 1 Setting Up Shop 3
Chapter 1.2 Sidekicks…and Why You Need One 49
Chapter 2 Taking a Bite out of Crime 59
Chapter 2.1 Gus, Why Axe You Being So Annoying Today? 101
Chapter 3 Investigation Nation: Working in the Field 107
Chapter 3.2 I'm Not the One Being Annoying, Shawn, and Where Are My Cocoa Puffs? 177
Chapter 4 Cops, Coroners, and Other Professional Roadblocks 181
Chapter % Case Closed: Accusations & Making Arrests, or Spectacular Ways to Bring Someone Down 247
What People are Saying About This
A brilliant example of why Shawn Spencer needs to grow up, learn some responsibility, and leave our baby alone.