Thanks to Karen Mossman, a great writer herself, for her review of my Electric Eclectic novelette, “Dark at the Top of the Stairs.” Check out Electric Eclectic Books for a wonderful collection of novelettes.
In true crime noir style, two hard-boiled detectives investigate the apparently accidental death of a wealthy older man. Found lying dead at the bottom of the stairs in his expensive home, the only other person at home was his wife. While it looks like an accident, the detectives smell a rat. But, even when the crime is solved and the bad guys are wrapped up in neat packages, the story isn’t over.
Karen Book Buzz Review
I was back in to the twenties/thirties with this story and it had real atmosphere. I loved the way the detectives spoke and related to each other and the victims. I also loved how the author used the book title in the story and it comes pretty fast as the detective, Lou, looked at the murder scene. He and his sidekick, Joe, investigate the murder of…
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