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Space Case

(The Nick Files #2)

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P.I. Nick Flebber is back on the case! This time a suspicious wife hires the hard-boiled detective to tail a wayward husband. A husband who seems to be able to slip out of the house without a trace and return as if he never left. A husband who seems to be having issues at his top-secret tech job. Soon Nick is up to his fedora in corporate espionage, street crazies and very ...more
Paperback, 110 pages
Published May 7th 2014 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform (first published January 1st 2013)
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Pop Bop
Oct 26, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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More Hits Than Misses in this Sequel to "Lost Claus"

There are lots of humorous snappy-patter detective/noir books out there, and most of them have their good moments. But, consistency is elusive. It's hard to put together a good plot, interesting characters, and a steady stream of clever dialogue. To me, this book succeeds on all scores.

The humor here is jokey, bordering on parody. But, for every obvious joke there were a few really clever or sly observations, and every now and then there was a
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Annie
Sep 11, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Synopsis:
Another hardboiled story featuring PI Nick Flebber, whose caustic take on the world stands at odds with his romance with the daughter of Santa Claus.

Review:
Space Case is a light bite by comic wordsmith Dan Fiorella. He has a wonderful way of milking seemingly small moments for comic gold, and I found myself snickering frequently as I read the story. The plot and story are beside the point, but he does a great job connecting all the dots and making it look easy. Fun stuff.
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