Molly Murphy s House of Fine Repute held a top spot on Restaurant Row in Oklahoma City for almost twenty years. People traveled from around the world to enjoy the four-star dining experience, served by an illustrious wait staff that included Groucho Marx, Blackbeard, Killer Bee, and countless other characters of fame and imagination. If you were one of the millions fortunate enough to share an evening of food and foolishness at Molly s, you most likely remember a night of laughter and surprises, good food, and an anything goes mentality. Grab a drink, watch your step, and slide into the Button Booth with Mighty Mouse and friends as they take you on an introspective, scrambled journey through the dark corridors and hidden cubbyholes of Molly Murphy s. Catch a glimpse of the madness the sex and drugs for sure and the lifelong bonds made by those who worked hard to keep you entertained. And for no extra charge, you may even walk away with a little more insight about who you re supposed to be. Tip not included. Darren Stone lives near Portland, Maine with his cat, Monk. He exhibits all the signs of superhero complex, Peter Pan complex, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, ADHD, has sensitive eyes, a bad knee, and is afraid of heights. His doctor wants him to watch his cholesterol. Writing down his thoughts about Molly s was supposed to be good therapy for Darren, and although twelve years have passed since the first paragraph, he s still not convinced Oprah will find this book all that indispensable. But it had to end somewhere, some time. There must be at least thirty more books worth of Molly s tales out there. In fact, Susie s already got a story she forgot to tell. So the question arises.. ..who ll be next? If you need more Molly s, visit www.mollymurphys.net. If you just need more Darren, visit www.darrenstone.com."