If you’ve ever had a difficult time finding an appealing and fascinating crime fiction novel to read, you know what it’s like to suffer from frustrating boredom. COME WHAT MAY can help.
COME WHAT MAY is s short-term, read a chapter daily, prescription maintenance noir fiction novel useful in controlling symptoms of chronic tedium due to lack of a captivating thriller/suspense novel to read. COME WHAT MAY temporarily relieves symptoms associated with extreme boredom by providing interesting crime fiction to read and used as directed also reduces the likelihood of monotony flare-ups.
COME WHAT MAY is not for everyone. Do not read COME WHAT MAY if you react negatively to murder mysteries, action, adventure, romance, twisting plot turns, or similar literary devices. Your librarian may prescribe a different novel to help with your boredom.
The most common side effects reported with COME WHAT MAY in readers with a preference for enthralling noir fiction include extreme feelings of exhilaration, dilated pupils, inability to put the book down when it is time to sleep, and irritability or changes in mood when the book has been finished.
Depression has been reported by some readers who have finished the book and have then realized that they must wait six whole months before the second book in The Malone Novels series is released.
COME WHAT MAY, a cure for boredom among crime fiction fans with nothing to read. Ask your librarian if COME WHAT MAY is right for you.
There you have it. My attempt at humor. Yes, I know what you’re thinking. Don’t worry. I’m not thinking about quitting my day job.
COME WHAT MAY available in digital and paperback editions at Amazon November 25, 2016.