Sunny Side Up

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Product Details

Price
$12.95  $11.91
Publisher
Pace Press
Publish Date
Pages
214
Dimensions
6.0 X 0.5 X 9.0 inches | 0.6 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781610353113

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About the Author

Daniel Stallings' love of Golden Age detective fiction by Agatha Christie, Dorothy Sayers, Ngaio Marsh, Raymond Chandler, and Rex Stout inspired him to bring the style of the classic murder mystery to digital-age audiences in a modern voice. In addition to writing mysteries, Stallings works in theater as a producer, director, and actor. Combining his interests in mysteries and theater, Stallings operates Master Mystery Productions, which produces custom interactive mystery game events. He currently serves as President of the Eastern Sierra Branch of the California Writers Club. Stallings lives in the city of Ridgecrest in California's Mojave Desert.

Reviews

"Snarky and hilarious! I was cheering for newbie Li Johnson from the start, as he dealt with overbearing bosses, tyrannical passengers, and even murder on this pleasure cruise from hell!"--Red Rock Books
"This all-too-human amateur sleuth is a wimpy sad sack, but you root for him anyway. With all the things going against him, you want him to come out on top."--Terrance McArthur, Kings River Life
"Daniel Stallings' debut mystery offers an appealing protagonist and a fresh viewpoint. Root for the underdog!"--Carolyn Hart, author of the Death on Demand mysteries
"Very entertaining ... this brought in a new kind of detective -- a millennial with a minimum wage job. I would like to see where Li Johnson goes after this one - it would be fun to go along on another investigation with him!"--JessicaMap Reviews
"An Agatha Christie cast of characters seen with a modern eye, and with startling moments of both insight and compassion."--Anne Perry
"LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE Sunny Side Up by Daniel Stallings!"--Cozy Mystery Book Reviews
"A deftly crafted novel by a master of the genre, Sunny Side Up is unreservedly recommended."--Midwest Book Review