In the frozen Adirondacks, a no man’s land exists between the Glamazons and the Red Plaids. And in this cleft made by fate or science, two people hide a secret that promises both freedom...and destruction.
Only read the first chapter and I'm really enjoying this story. Mushroom and Anchovy, that's brilliant and I'm probably one of the only people in the world that would order a pizza like that. Oh, and a hot pepper with fig.
Professional treasure hunters Mushroom and Anchovy search for lost jewels, but find a lot more. When a fellow agent is murdered, they have to learn to work together, and fast. Especially since anything can happen in a cursed cave...
Gulliver's Travels meets Inferno: Paul Gentile hooked me with the pitch line. The story line and open chapters remind me of Palahniuk's The Damned which I found adorable.
A street smart secretary navigates the seedy underbelly of 1950’s Los Angeles to clear the name of her boss, a private investigator who is framed for the murder of a young woman found in the La Brea tar pits. Book 1 in the Franny Bari mystery series.