Edited Out

A Mysterious Detective Mystery, #2

E.J. Cooperman brings us the second entry in his “Mysterious Detective” series. This time out, Mystery author Rachel Goldman is just about getting used to the idea that her fictional creation Duffy Madison has somehow taken flesh-and-blood form and is investigating missing person cases when Duffy shows up at her door and insists on talking to her, it’s about the one thing she doesn’t want to do: Find a missing person. But the man Duffy seeks this time around might be able to solve Rachel’s problem. He might just be the man Duffy was before he became Duffy five years ago.

E.J. Copperman does what he does best, blending suspense with humor. The mystery moved along nicely, and the ending leaves plenty of room for more adventures for Rachel and Duffy – or whoever this ‘mysterious detective’ might finally turn out to be. Frankly, I’m betting on Sherlock Holmes myself. A good entry in a fun series. Four and a half paws. – ROCCO LOTEMPIO


Book Blurb for Edited Out

Mystery author Rachel Goldman is getting used to the idea that her fictional creation Duffy Madison has somehow taken flesh-and-blood form and is investigating missing person cases not far from where Rachel lives. Wait. No. She’s not getting used to it at all, and the presence of this real-life Duffy is making her current manuscript—what’s the word?—lousy.

So she doesn’t want to see Duffy—the living one—at all. To make matters worse, when he shows up at her door and insists on talking to her, it’s about the one thing she doesn’t want to do: Find a missing person. But the man Duffy seeks this time around might be able to solve Rachel’s problem. He might just be the man Duffy was before he became Duffy five years ago. The only problem is she could be letting Duffy lead her into danger yet again…

Entertaining and witty, the second in E.J. Copperman's Mysterious Detective Mystery series Edited Out will delight his fans, both new and old.


Night Owl Reviews May, 2017 4.50