4.8 stars – 22 Reviews
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Here’s the set-up:
A beloved San Francisco anchorwoman is found murdered in her palatial Nob Hill home, and detective Mac Fleet is assigned the biggest homicide case The City by the Bay has seen in years. The investigation leads to PEARLS OF ASIA, a stylish restaurant where the food and drinks are nearly as exotic as the waitresses. Mac crawls down a rabbit hole and comes face to face with the restaurant’s uniquely captivating servers–and discovers a lifestyle full of drama, humor and high heels. As the case heats up, so does Mac’s romantic interest in the primary murder suspect, whose exquisite beauty and fascinating personality compel him to cross the line between his personal impulses and professional responsibilities. Ultimately, the ruggedly handsome detective is moved to make a decision he never dreamed of.
From Kirkus Reviews
“…portrays with emotional depth and complexity”
“…fast-paced romp with plenty of plot twists”
“An enjoyable, intelligent read that triumphs”
One Amazon Reviewer Notes
“Lee Geiger has managed to go where all but a few fear to tread. On top of creating a compelling detective/murder-mystery novel in the spirit of Raymond Chandler and Dashiell Hammett, he has been able to meld tremendous humor with unusual insight. While I wasn’t expecting to be treated to a thought-provoking love story, this element of the novel was artfully crafted without being sensationalized. I thoroughly enjoyed the read and I’m looking forward to seeing what comes next from this highly gifted and creative literary genius.” – Amazon Reviewer, 5 Stars
About The Author
PEARLS OF ASIA is Lee Geiger’s debut novel, and he is already working on a sequel. Lee is the author of The Marginal Prophet (www.marginalprophet.com), a popular newsletter that is part information, part inspiration, and all entertainment. It takes only a minute to read, and better yet, it’s FREE.
When he’s not writing or trading stocks, Lee can be found wondering the streets of San Francisco in search of red wine and pasta, which he considers to be two of the four major food groups.
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