Copperman, E.J.

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My Cousin Skinny

Readers who enjoy the humor in this legal mystery series will also appreciate the misdirection and twists that keep them guessing.

Ukulele of Death

With an enjoyable mix of sci-fi and mystery elements, Copperman’s latest (after And Justice for Mall) features an intriguing and likable pair of detectives whose complementary skills help them survive and thrive and maybe even find their family.

Bones Behind the Wheel

Fans of Cleo Coyle's "Haunted Bookshop" series and Juliet Blackwell's "Haunted Home Renovation" mysteries will relish the amusing tone and sarcasm as Alison faces the challenge of running a beach retreat occupied by ghosts, while trying to solve the tenth case (following The Hostess with the Ghostess).

Bird, Bath, and Beyond

Copperman follows the enjoyable Dog Dish of Doom with a second delightful, witty story. Readers who appreciate Miranda James's mysteries will savor this fun cozy.

Dog Dish of Doom

Admirers of old comedy sketches and anyone looking for a laugh-out-loud mystery should pick up this series launch by Copperman (Edited Out).

Edited Out: A Mysterious Detective Mystery

Mystery author Rachel Goldman's fictional character Duffy Madison is a missing-persons consultant...

Written Off: A Mysterious Detective Mystery

Copperman, the pseudonym of crime writer Jeffrey Cohen and author of the "Haunted Guesthouse" mysteries, sets up an intriguing premise for his new series: Just who is Duffy Madison? The second book promises to investigate that very issue. Lots of fun.

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