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About the author


Rich Leder's screen credits include 19 television films for CBS, Lifetime, and Hallmark and feature films for Lionsgate Entertainment, Paramount Pictures, Tri-Star Pictures, and Left Bank Films. In addition to movies, he writes the Kate McCall Crime Caper series and other funny books. He has been the lead singer in a Detroit rock band, a restaurateur, a Little League coach, an indie film director, a literacy tutor, a magazine editor, a screenwriting coach, a commercial real estate agent, a wedding guru, and a visiting artist for the University of North Carolina Film Studies Department, among other things, all of which, it turns out, was grist for the mill.
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Workman's Complication
The First Kate McCall Crime Caper

Overview


Kate McCall is a feisty, funny, way-off Broadway, street-smart musical actress who inherits her father's NYC PI practice and then can't keep her nose out of trouble. Meaning with the hilarious help of her oddball band of eccentric sidekicks, and with the orchestral chaos of New York City as her setting, Kate solves the craziest crimes while concurrently investigating her father's unsolved murder. Meaning when McCall is on the case, you can count on a twisting, turning, action-packed, unputdownable, laugh-out-loud, whodunnit from the first page to the last!
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Description


She can sing. She can dance. But can she solve her father's murder? Kate McCall dreams of basking in the bright lights of Broadway. But after her PI dad is found dead in a New York City elevator, she has no choice but to split time between show business and the family business. When her vampire musical fails to pay the bills, she accepts a workman's compensation case that's sure to put her acting chops to the test. On her way down the trail of clues, she can't help but get sidetracked by her father's unsolved murder. With the help of her melodramatic co-stars, Kate tries to bust the compensation scam and shine a spotlight on her father's killer. Her first act seems like it's working until she's named the prime suspect. Will Kate crack her cases before playing detective becomes a role to die for? Workman's Complication is the first in the hilarious Kate McCall Crime Caper mystery series. If you like rocking good whodunits, unlikely women sleuths, and laugh-out-loud fun, then you'll love Rich Leder's zany tale.
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Overview


Kate McCall is a feisty, funny, way-off Broadway, street-smart musical actress who inherits her father's NYC PI practice and then can't keep her nose out of trouble. Meaning with the hilarious help of her oddball band of eccentric sidekicks, and with the orchestral chaos of New York City as her setting, Kate solves the craziest crimes while concurrently investigating her father's unsolved murder. Meaning when McCall is on the case, you can count on a twisting, turning, action-packed, unputdownable, laugh-out-loud, whodunnit from the first page to the last!

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Description


She can sing. She can dance. But can she solve her father's murder? Kate McCall dreams of basking in the bright lights of Broadway. But after her PI dad is found dead in a New York City elevator, she has no choice but to split time between show business and the family business. When her vampire musical fails to pay the bills, she accepts a workman's compensation case that's sure to put her acting chops to the test. On her way down the trail of clues, she can't help but get sidetracked by her father's unsolved murder. With the help of her melodramatic co-stars, Kate tries to bust the compensation scam and shine a spotlight on her father's killer. Her first act seems like it's working until she's named the prime suspect. Will Kate crack her cases before playing detective becomes a role to die for? Workman's Complication is the first in the hilarious Kate McCall Crime Caper mystery series. If you like rocking good whodunits, unlikely women sleuths, and laugh-out-loud fun, then you'll love Rich Leder's zany tale.

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Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Mystery & Detective / Women Sleuths

Language:English

Series title:Kate McCall Crime Caper

Series Number:1

Pages:400

eBook ISBN:9780991176908


Overview


Kate McCall is a feisty, funny, way-off Broadway, street-smart musical actress who inherits her father's NYC PI practice and then can't keep her nose out of trouble. Meaning with the hilarious help of her oddball band of eccentric sidekicks, and with the orchestral chaos of New York City as her setting, Kate solves the craziest crimes while concurrently investigating her father's unsolved murder. Meaning when McCall is on the case, you can count on a twisting, turning, action-packed, unputdownable, laugh-out-loud, whodunnit from the first page to the last!

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Description


She can sing. She can dance. But can she solve her father's murder? Kate McCall dreams of basking in the bright lights of Broadway. But after her PI dad is found dead in a New York City elevator, she has no choice but to split time between show business and the family business. When her vampire musical fails to pay the bills, she accepts a workman's compensation case that's sure to put her acting chops to the test. On her way down the trail of clues, she can't help but get sidetracked by her father's unsolved murder. With the help of her melodramatic co-stars, Kate tries to bust the compensation scam and shine a spotlight on her father's killer. Her first act seems like it's working until she's named the prime suspect. Will Kate crack her cases before playing detective becomes a role to die for? Workman's Complication is the first in the hilarious Kate McCall Crime Caper mystery series. If you like rocking good whodunits, unlikely women sleuths, and laugh-out-loud fun, then you'll love Rich Leder's zany tale.

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About the author


Rich Leder's screen credits include 19 television films for CBS, Lifetime, and Hallmark and feature films for Lionsgate Entertainment, Paramount Pictures, Tri-Star Pictures, and Left Bank Films. In addition to movies, he writes the Kate McCall Crime Caper series and other funny books. He has been the lead singer in a Detroit rock band, a restaurateur, a Little League coach, an indie film director, a literacy tutor, a magazine editor, a screenwriting coach, a commercial real estate agent, a wedding guru, and a visiting artist for the University of North Carolina Film Studies Department, among other things, all of which, it turns out, was grist for the mill.

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