Susan Moore is about to hire the wrong man to investigate her philandering husband, Will. There’s something not quite right about that detective, but he’s all she has at the moment.
“Warren Lane” drinks too much and has a hard time staying out of trouble. He’s just the kind of guy Will’s mistress can’t resist. And everyone is starting to figure out that Will is hiding a lot more than his affair with a reckless young woman.
A quirky, intriguing and wholly original read. — Readers' Favorite
The more I read, the more I fell in love with the book. At some parts of the book I laughed so hard I almost cried. — Margaret Yelton / Goodreads
A wonderful, suspenseful, romantic, and fun read! Andrew Diamond writes a story rich in emotionally drawn characters that grabbed me from the beginning and literally pulled me right into the book. — Debbi DuBose / Goodreads
Too good to put down… The characters blend well together and the story is very entertaining and will keep you drawn in the entire time. This is a must read for anyone who enjoys wonderfully written novels. — Laura / Goodreads
There’s enough of the crime noir element in this touching comedy of errors to give it and the characters realistic complexity and depth… This would make a fantastic screenplay. — Wanda / Goodreads
A charming comedy of errors, with a good heart and a light touch… The plot has enough unexpected surprises to keep things interesting until the very last page, upending all the characters' lives with mischievous delight not unmixed with sympathy. — IndieReader (4.5 stars)
This book is for fans of Elmore Leonard stories and Coen Brother’s movies. — everythingnoir.com
Totally enjoyed this contemporary comedy of errors. I read a lot yet few are as memorable as this fun book. Andrew Diamond should be on best-seller lists. If you haven’t read this yet, treat yourself. — The Illustrated Home Librarian