Marshall Karp is an acclaimed playwright known for his witty sense of humor and crackling dialogue. His debut novel The Rabbit Factory stars the irreverent LAPD detective duo of Mike Lomax and Terry Biggs. Dean Lamaar is the architect of an entertainment empire and the creator of iconic characters like Rambunctious Rabbit and McGreedy the Moose. When his company falls on hard times, the only hope to get it back in the black is Familyland-an amusement park in Las Vegas. Mere days before the grand opening, an actor playing Rambunctious Rabbit is found dead on the park grounds and everyone senses foul play. And after more characters wind up murdered, it becomes obvious that someone has it in for Lamaar. Lomax and Biggs are put on the case and together they root out a murderer. This rollicking tale is at once a multi-layered whodunit and a skewering of Tinseltown. "Enthusiastic readers will anxiously await the return of detectives Lomax and Biggs."-Publishers Weekly
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by Marshall Karp
by Philip R. Craig
by Nancy Bell
by Susan Wittig Albert
by Milton T. Burton
by Craig McDonald
by Susan Rogers Cooper
by Rick Riordan
"Somebody is killing the cartoon characters at Lamaar Family Land in Los Angeles. And the customers, and the executives--even people who sport Lamaar logos or characters on their hats or watches in places like St. Louis and New York. Tom Stechschulte handles the voices of LAPD Detective Mike Lomax, his partner, who is always practicing his stand-up act, his family, and his juicy new girlfriend. James Jenner masterfully handles the characters on the dark side of the plot. They're all witty, if often eccentric and occasionally outright nuts--what's not to like? The story tears along, and each time the narrator changes, you think, "Oh good, him again." This is a wonderful production of a thoroughly entertaining book, somehow simultaneously sunny and "noir." B.G. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award (c) AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine"
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