Just ask Ridley Brone, a California private investigator who returns to his Michigan hometown when he inherits his estranged parents' multimillion dollar estate. The songs his mom and dad wrote made them rich, but their popular karaoke bar, the High Note, made them famous. Now Ridley owns a bar he doesn't have a clue how to manage, and his every effort seems only to further tarnish his parents' legacy.
But when Ridley's old high school love shows up asking for help, and her husband ends up murdered, the karaoke bar feels like vacation compared to the hard job of proving her innocence.
With hard-boiled twists like a Robert B. Parker mystery, and laugh-out-loud humor like a J.A. Konrath thriller, find out why indie review site, Big Al’s Books and Pals, says of Last Call, “This is how a mystery should be plotted.”