By day she writes comic books. By night, she lives them.
MG Martin lives and breathes geek culture. She even works as a writer for the comic book company she idolized as a kid. But despite her love of hooded vigilantes, MG prefers her comics stay on the page.
But when someone in LA starts recreating crime scenes from her favorite comic book, MG is the LAPD’s best—and only—lead. She recognizes the golden arrow left at the scene as the calling card of her favorite comic book hero. The thing is…superheroes aren’t real. Are they?
When too-handsome-for-his-own-good Detective Kildaire asks for her comic book expertise, MG is more than up for the adventure. Unfortunately, MG has a teeny little tendency to not follow rules. And her off-the-books sleuthing may land her in a world of trouble.
Because for every superhero, there is a supervillain. And the villain of her story may be closer than she thinks…
About the Author
Meghan Scott Molin loves all kinds of storytelling. After studying architecture and opera at college, she worked as a barn manager before becoming a professional photographer. The Frame-Up is her first published book. An avid lover of all the nerd things—Star Wars, Star Trek, hobbits, Doctor Who, and more—Meghan also enjoys cooking, dreaming of travel, coveting more corgis, and listening to audiobooks in the barn. She lives in Colorado with her husband (and fellow zookeeper), her sons, two horses, a cat, and a rambunctious corgi. For more information about Meghan, visit her website at www.MeghanScottMolin.com or follow her on Twitter (@megfuzzle).
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
When MG (short for Michael-Grace), a comic book writer, meets detective Mateo Kildaire while waiting for her chai latte at her local coffee shop it could be the start of something interesting. And it is. They discuss a recent crime in the city and soon find themselves wrapped up in solving it. I enjoyed how Meghan Scott Molin’s story combined the geeky comic book world and the seemingly straight-laced police detective work. The repartee between MG and Det. Kildaire was fun and charming at the same time. There were many pop-culture references that mostly went over my head (and Mateo’s) but didn’t take me out of the story. I liked the colorful supporting characters and I thought the pace was perfect which all make me look forward to the next installment of The Golden Arrow Mysteries.