This book cover is making me miss warmer weather. We’re expecting another 8+ inches of snow in the next couple days 😦
Thanks to the publisher for the advanced copy in exchange for my honest review!
SUNNY SIDE UP – Daniel Stallings (Releasing March 1st, 2018)
Here’s the synopsis:
For twenty-year-old Li Johnson, a job as a cruise ship waiter was supposed to be a way to get over his father’s death and earn enough money to go back to college. Instead, Li is struggling to maintain his sanity while coping with the demands of a sadistic maitre d’ and a boatload of entitled rich jerk passengers. Li just wants to keep his head down and survive his job from hell, but when he finds a passenger sunburned to a crisp on the Sunbathing Deck, something about the scene just doesn’t add up. Before he knows it, Li is on the track of a murderer and if Li doesn’t find the real killer soon, he might just get framed for the crime — or worse, lose his crappy job.
A brand-new classic in the amateur detective genre, Sunny Side Up is a traditional murder mystery for the 21st century, with a glamorous setting, a gallery of suspects, clues that will keep readers guessing to the last page, and a delightful new hero in Li Johnson, the millennial minimum wage manhunter, who brings sleuthing to the service economy.
Do you like the amateur sleuth mysteries?