Deadly Campaign (A Last Laff Mystery #2)
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Deadly Campaign (A Last Laff Mystery #2)

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When comedy club owner Channing Hayes attends a congressional campaign event for his friend Thomas Lee's nephew, masked thugs storm in a break up Lee's restaurant with baseball bats. The candidate's people insist that the police not be involved, so Lee asks Channing to investigate.
Paperback, 321 pages
Published January 8th 2012 by Midnight Ink/Llewellyn (first published January 1st 2012)
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Just can't get enough politics in the news these days? If so, you're in luck, because this mystery begins at a speech by an up-and-coming congressman. While the crowd is applauding the candidate masked thugs break into the room and begin roughing people up. Fortunately no one gets seriously hurt, but plenty of folks are rattled, and the budding politician's uncle asks his friend Channing Hayes to find out why they were attacked.

Of course, Hayes isn't technically a private investigator. His day j...more
I liked the characters and comedy club setting. The story was fast paced and kept my attention.
One of my favorite political mysteries is set in the Virginia suburbs; however, stand-up comedian and comedy club owner Channing Hayes isn't really interested in politics. His good friend Tommy Lee is very proud of his nephew Edward Wong's campaign, and enlists Channing to help find out who is causing trouble for the young man. Things go rapidly amiss, and Channing, still dealing with the loss of his fiancee, isn't really equipped to handle some of the problems Edward is facing.
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