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  • landofmadness added a soundbite 2 years ago
    three short stories, murder/crime tales.
  • pokerchick007 added a soundbite 2 years ago
    after reading this author's book "The Walk " I am hooked for life
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    "Lee Goldberg's Jack Webb's Star is a riotous caper crime with a nasty twist.The Los Angeles Times

Three Dazzling, Widely-Acclaimed Stories From New York Times & USA Today Bestselling Author Lee Goldberg in One Thrilling Collection.

In “Jack Webb’s Star,” a struggling reporter comes up with a bizarre scheme in a desperate attempt to reinvigorate his love life.

In “Remaindered”, a once-famous novelist embarks on a self-financed book tour through middle America to save his career…and discovers a novel way to die.

In Bumsicle, a homeless woman freezes to death, unlocking troubling memories for a weary cop and a powerful Chief of Police.

PRAISE FOR THE STORIES INTHREE WAYS TO DIE” ….

“Lee Goldberg’s Jack Webb’s Star is a riotous caper crime with a nasty twist…” —Los Angeles Times

“Jack Webb’s Star is a darkly funny story about a heist that could only happen in Hollywood. The author is on top of his game,” Seattle Post-Intelligencer

“I loved everything about it. More awesomeness from Lee Goldberg,” Sara Gran, author of “Dope” and “Come Closer.”

“Remaindered is brilliant! Hilarious, suspenseful, with booksigning sequences that induce PTSD… bravo!” Barry Eisler, bestselling author of “Hard Rain.”

“Lee Goldberg has the goods.” William Link, Emmy Award winning writer/co-creator of “Columbo” and “Murder She Wrote”

“One of the wiliest short stories I’ve read in many years. Lee Goldberg at his very best,” Ed Gorman, Mystery Scene Magazine

“…and best of all, “Jack Webb’s Star,” Lee Goldberg’s hilarious contemporary tale of a struggling TV writer, his commercial actress wife, a traffic school led by an unfunny
stand-up comic, and Joe Friday’s star on the Hollywood Boulevard Walk
of Fame,” Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine.

“Top billing should go to Michael Connelly’s Harry Bosch story, ‘Suicide Run,’ and to Lee Goldberg’s ‘Jack Webb’s Star’—the former for the detection and the latter for biggest laughs,” Publisher’s Weekly

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