Death by Sarcasm by Dani Amore
Comedians run in the family…
Mary Cooper, sometime private investigator has a case she doesn’t really want: someone killed her comedian uncle, Brent Cooper, and soon starts targeting his old friends. So now Mary has to find out who’s behind it – before they kill her, too.
Death by Sarcasm is the second book by Dani that I’ve read and I have to say I like her style. Her main character Mary is a sarcastic bitch and not one you’d want to cross – tenacious doesn’t begin to describe her. And she inherited the family sense of humour. Which often gets her in trouble.
Dani’s one of those authors I hate because I often find myself finishing their books, due to the fast pace of the writing/reading, rather than working on my own. Okay, ‘hate’ is a strong word – it’s probably mostly envy, anyway.
So yes, this is a good read and Dani Amore is an author I’ll be keeping an eye out for. Go. Buy her books now. I’m going to look for more myself.