I wrote a novel called Cube Sleuth. Here’s a brief description:
BOBBY PINKER hates his humdrum corporate job. He only has one friend at work, a comedian named Ron. Just as their friendship starts to blossom, Ron is found dead in the office parking garage.
The police rule Ron’s death a suicide, but Bobby becomes convinced one of his coworkers murdered him. He starts snooping around the office, slipping voice-activated tape recorders under desks, breaking into the HR filing cabinet, and tailing people home.
Bobby’s investigation will likely get him fired. It will possibly get him arrested. And if he isn’t careful, it just might get him killed.
CUBE SLEUTH is a dark comedy and an amateur-detective murder mystery.
A tragedy told with comedic timing.
And a raunchy tale of a twenty-something bachelor whose libido leads him down a dangerous path.
If you like mysteries with richly developed characters, crisp dialogue, bizarre twists, and boner jokes, this is the book for you.
Here’s the first chapter:
You can buy it now:
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Here’s a commercial to whet your appetite. (Not really. It’s just a goof.)