Author Russ Meyer Releases THE FAT LADY SINGS
New Prague, Minn.
"THE FAT LADY SINGS" (published by Xlibris) is a darkly comedic suspense thriller with multiple awards as a screenplay. This book is in a relatable present day setting, but tips a fedora to the classic lone wolf detective.
Byroan inherited from his mentor the third largest P.I. agency in a city only big enough for two. His sports gambling habit forces him to take an impossible case: Find an online plumbing school dropout, no name, address, phone number, or photo, whose only contact with his client, a politician's wife, was by e-mail over a decade ago. Neither Byroan nor his client realizes they are in way over their heads, the political party has been shadowing her, and will do anything to protect her husband, a presumed future presidential candidate.
Will Byroan find what he is looking for? In time? Readers will be hooked, in for an exciting and thrilling adventure from beginning to the book's shocking twist ending.
"THE FAT LADY SINGS"
By Russ Meyer
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 114 pages | ISBN 9781499020502
Softcover | 6+ x 9in | 114 pages | ISBN 9781499020472
E-Book | 114 pages | ISBN 9781499020526
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Russ Meyer has had a varied career working in the post office, farm, foundry, delivery. He has owned and managed repair and retail businesses. He is one of Minnesota's first NASCAR stock car season championship drivers. Meyer trained for screenwriting with Dan Decker, Durrell Royce Crays, and Steve Larson. He specializes in thrillers and absurd comedies. His scripts have received accolades from the Nicholls, Austin, Script Pipeline, Contest of Contest Winners, and many others. His screenplays have won 12 contests.
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