Hi Ash,I'd greatly appreciate it if you would consider reading and reviewing Dead Down East, the first of three novels in a mystery/humor series. If you will have a quick "look inside" at: Amazon Listing, Dead Down East, and read the short prologue, in a couple of minutes you will have a good idea of the humorous, tongue-in-cheek quality of the novel. But don't let that fool you. The plot is carefully crafted and well executed. It's a genuine page-turner.Dead Down East is 90,000 words long and was released in paperback on June 26, 2016. Here are a few links.My Website: http://www.lightformfilms.com/Carl-Schmidt-Author.htmlMy Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/CarlSchmidtAuthor/?ref=aymt_homepage_panelA Blurb has been provided at the bottom of this message.If you decide that you'd like to read the book, I'll be happy to provide you with an eBook (.mobi, .pdf, or .doc file). I have no specific requirement for a review date.I am also available for an author interview, guest post or excerpt.Thank you for your consideration.Kind regards,Carl SchmidtBlurb:Dead Down East, a fictional murder mystery, is both detective noir and smart screwball comedy rolled into one. Jesse Thorpe, a young private investigator operating out of Augusta, Maine, receives a mysterious phone call from a former client, Cynthia Dumais. She begs to be rescued from an island south of Brunswick, within a mile of where William Lavoilette, the governor or Maine, was assassinated the night before. She insists that her life is in danger, but is unwilling to provide any further information. Reluctantly, Jesse goes to fetch her.Within a week, Jesse has three separate clients, each with his, or her, own desperate need to have the murder solved. He assembles a motley team of compadres, including rock band members, a tie-dye psychic and his rousing girlfriend, Angele Boucher, to help him with the case. While the FBI and the Maine State Police investigate political motives, Jesse looks for the woman—Cherchez la Femme—as the trail draws him through the lives, and DNA, of the governor’s former mistresses.Fresh, witty and loaded with eccentric characters, this first novel in the Jesse Thorpe Mystery Series is both clever and stylish. It’s an old-school private eye tale with inventive twists and local charm. If you enjoy a well-crafted and zesty narrative, lively banter, or take pleasure in the company of Mainers, you’ll love Dead Down East.