Beginning March 1st, my first novel, "The Holographic Detective Agency" will be available for Kindle for only .99 cents. This friends and family discount is only available for one week so take advantage. Here's the pitch:
Soloman Fisk is a brilliant recluse who has made a name for himself among the middle-aged male ultra-wealthy by coercing home their philandering trophy wives. His secret? A holographic stable of deceased celebrity icons and imposing historical figures that are so utterly real, the Missus can't wait to go home.
When mysterious ninja-like wraiths snatch software giant Aaron Gaines at a Las Vegas trade show, the quirky detective is called in. But Gaines is no stranger to Soloman: the two were once business partners before falling out. Now the FBI regards Soloman as chief suspect; a 300-pound cross-dressing mob enforcer wants him whacked; and his only clue is the wife of the victim a long-lost love he?s not entirely sure he can trust.
Interest piqued? Did I say that it is only .99 cents? Tell your friends.
The Holographic Detective Agency: A Soloman Fisk Mystery
by Amazon Digital Services LLC
Learn more: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07K395QDS/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_OxaBCbNWND7SY
In 1981, J.P. Linde co-wrote and appeared in a one-man comedy show titled “Casually Insane.” Shortly after, he joined the ranks of stand-up comedy and performed in clubs and colleges throughout the United States and Canada. In 1989, he made his national television debut on “Showtime’s Comedy Club Network.” He wrote the libretto for the musical comedy “Wild Space A Go Go” and co-wrote and co-produced the feature motion picture, “Axe to Grind.” “Son of Ravage” is his second novel.