May 2 marks the debut of a new series from our friend E.J. Copperman (Haunted Guesthouse, Jersey Girl Mysteries). Say hello to Fran and Ken Stein, PI's!
ROCCO's Review: A different kind of cozy with a good plot, told in E.J. Copperman's inimitable style of blending in humor. (Cat-ch the irony in the character names, LOL). A definite five star debut!
Bonus: E. J. Copperman interview!
ROCCO: Welcome back, EJ! Please tell us about your newest book and/or series.
UKULELE OF DEATH is the first book
in a series about Fran and Ken Stein (I’ll give you a second), two very tall,
very strong private investigators (and siblings) who are asked by a client to
find a rare ukulele she thinks can help her find her birth father. Things go
steadily downhill from there. And the fact that Fran and Ken aren’t exactly
normal humans does play into the story…
EJ: Well, Fran narrates so I spend
most of my time in her head. But I think people will enjoy her friend the US
Marshal, the accessible billionaire who offers to help and of course Fran and
Ken’s “Aunt Margie,” who raised them after their parents were forced to flee
New York City.
ROCCO: Once you’re finished writing a book, how long
is it before you start writing the next?
ROCCO: Any new projects in the works?
ROCCO: What do you love to do in your free time? LOL
Do you get much free time?
ROCCO: Where can readers go to learn
more about you and your books?
Thanks so much for an amazing
Ukulele of Death debuts in bookstore today!