Dominick Prince is out of options. He’s lived in Detroit long enough to use his experiences of crime and poverty to fuel his writing, but he’s ready to move on to bigger and better things. Dominick’s thesis advisor, the elitist Parker Farmington, refuses to let Dominick pass his class, thinking the genre of potboilers beneath him. Which means rather than becoming the next literary sensation, Dominick will spend his life asking customers if they’d like fries with that. And if that’s the only plan, kidnapping doesn’t seem like such a bad plan B.
So if Farmington won’t pass him willfully, Dominick will make him do it forcefully. And once he has Farmington’s signature, fame and fortune are within Dominick’s grasp. But while Dominick may have a devious and brilliant mind on the page, in reality he’s more Betty White than Walter White. And before he can write ’the plot thickens,’ Dominick’s plan begins to go horribly wrong. Teaming with Farmington’s jilted mistress and her loose-cannon bounty hunter brother, Dominick finds that if even the best laid plans go awry, then his doesn’t have a snowball’s chance in hell. And being a great writer won't matter much if he's six feet under.
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Think of the most dark, powerful noir you have ever read. Now exchange the main character with a struggling novelist with a self deprecating wit. This will get you somewhere near the brilliant and unique book that is MURDER BOY. The book flies at breakneck pace from the opening salvo and runs on adrenaline and laughs until the final page. I can honestly say this book has one of the most unique voices I have ever read. It is a brilliant departure from the usual and predictable. Quartermous crafts a perfect tale in a way that is totally his own. I can not wait to read more from this fantastic author.