AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT

FROM UNDERGROUND BOOK REVIEWS

Underground Books Reviews has featured Laugh Riot Press writer Rich Leder in its weekly Author Spotlight. In this spotlight, Rich shares insights on his writing process and the complicated yet exciting and rewarding world of self-publishing. 

Just like Laugh Riot Press, Underground Book Reviews "puts a spotlight on the emerging world of independent, e-publishing and self-publishing. By providing quality, in-depth reviews, we hope to elevate deserving new authors and erase the boundaries between the traditional and non-traditional publishing worlds." 


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FIVE STARS FOR MCCALL & COMPANY: WORKMAN'S COMPLICATION

 
Kate McCall, a small time actress inherits her fathers private investigators business after her was murdered. Her father was investigating a life insurance scam and Kate decides to look into this case, as well as who killed her father. She finds herself in hot water when she lands in jail as a suspect in a murder. Will she get out of jail, prove her innocence and find the murderer?

A fast paced well written murder/mystery. I really liked Kate she is pretty much thrown into the investigation. The story has some twist and turns, that keep you guessing, anyone and everyone could be the murderer. I also liked Kate’s back story as an “aspiring actress” and the setting in New York City. I feel that lovers of murder/mystery will enjoy McCall & Company: Workman’s Complication.
— Sheri A. Wilkinson
Kate is an off-off Broadway actress, and like most in her position, she must take on other jobs to make ends meet. In Kate’s case, she’s done it all on the career spectrum of an unknown actress, including working as a private detective with her father, Jimmy. However, when Jimmy is murdered, not only is Kate confronted with the terrible news, but Jimmy left the PI business to her with the expectation that she’d pick up where he left off. Although Kate isn’t interested in being a PI, she does want to find out what happened to her father, but she’s also drawn into one of his unsolved cases as well.

There’s a lot going on in this story, there’s the murder, the unsolved case and an unexpected romance with one of the detectives working on her father’s murder. However, the author never confuses the reader and the story flows beautifully. It’s rife with quirky characters and funny scenes and dialogue, simply a really good read that keeps you turning the pages until the end. I’m looking forward to reading the next book in this new series.
— M.A. Stanley

 

Best Book Of The Year! October 24, 2014

— B.K. Walker, Author of the Wolves of Shadow Falls Series

 

It's a Diamond! September 28, 2014

— Felita Daniels

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Posted on December 4, 2014 and filed under Author Update.