The Case of Tiffany's Epiphany

A Richard Sherlock Whodunit Book 3
     Richard Sherlock is back on the case when his attractive, blonde assistant, Tiffany Richmond, takes a sip of a loaded cocktail putting her life into a complete tailspin. This sets off a chain reaction of twists, turns, and troubles, which only Sherlock, can untangle.
     Along the way, Sherlock discovers dirty money being laundered, drug deals going down, shots fired, an exploding club scene, and a kidnapping, where Sherlock is forced to go to McDonald’s for lunch. Add in a dead bartender, buffed bodybuilders, body-buddy bouncers, a Behemoth, a very bad basketball team, and Tiffany’s tipsy torment, and Sherlock not only has to figure out whodunit, but why they did it.

 

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Reviews

“Hilarious. The zany characters just jump off the page! I wonder how long it takes to come up with the quirky names and profiles of eccentricity. This is one of his best books.”

“This P. I. novel is very delightful. There’s nothing risqué, and there’s plenty of action. Most enjoyable is the author’s literacy and use of allusions. A highly pleasurable read.

This book has everything a mystery reader would love: humor, intrigue, colorful characters, and tugging at the heart family adventures. I loved it!”

“Full of wry humor and sarcasm, peopled with quirky characters, and has a great story line. I would recommend this book to any mystery fan who enjoys good, clean, non-violent whodunits.”

“If you want a different kind of “Who done it”, this book is for you. The book is witty, humorous, and will leave you smiling at the end unlike most mysteries.”