Ballast Point Breakdown: A Rolly Waters Mystery
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Nobody lives forever. Or do they? Hop on board. Fasten your seat-belts and say your prayers. Ballast Point Breakdown opens with the wind tearing at your face as you bounce across San Diego Bay in the moonlite, hurtling toward a fiery collision of the past and the present. Guitar playing Private Eye Rolly Waters finds that the truth has a way of floating to the surface and that other things are perhaps best forgotten.
- G.M. Ford, author of the Leo Waterman crime series
After a woman from his rock 'n' roll past orchestrates a remarkably rococo ending for herself, Rolly Waters is pulled into an investigation that uncovers a secret military program, an astonishing web of lies, and a pod of well-trained dolphins. Ballast Point Breakdown is a terrific read, featuring a cast of wise-cracking characters navigating some very dark waters. This is Fayman firing on all cylinders
- Bill Fitzhugh, author of Human Resources and Pest Control
Private Eye Roland Waters investigates with the cool, laconic style of the blues guitarist he is. Fayman delivers a twisted tale that starts with a bang and unfurls like a breaker in the San Diego surf.
- Matt Goldman NYT Bestselling Author and Shamus Award Nominee
As a San Diego author and some-time musician, BALLAST POINT BREAKDOWN spoke to me on so many levels -- the unique San Diego settings, the dolphins (!!) and of course, the musician jokes (How many guitarists DOES it take to screw in a lightbulb, anyway?). But you don't have to be a San Diego musician to enjoy this twisty mystery -- just someone who enjoys a truly original story and a protagonist unlike any other in crime fiction.
- Lisa Brackmann, author of ROCK PAPER TIGER and BLACK SWAN RISING.
"Dolphins, a dead environmental activist, a defense contractor, and a shadowy harmonica player are all pieces to an exciting, twisty mystery jigsaw puzzle in Corey Lynn Fayman's BALLAST POINT BREAKDOWN. Musician turned private eye Rolly Waters isn't your average gumshoe. In Fayman's skilled hands Waters is clever, funny and intrepid. But he's much more, a scarred hero who carries the guilt from a decades old tragedy that makes him a real, fleshed-out character who you root and fear for as he follows clues no matter how dark an alley they lead him down. Bravo, Mr. Fayman!"
- Matt Coyle, author of the award-winning Rick Cahill crime series