Confessions of a Red Herring (A Red Herring Mystery)
by Dana Dratch
Well written with an intricate plot, CONFESSIONS OF A RED HERRING is a good debut book for author Dana Dratch.
~Lisa Ks Book Reviews
While a red-headed Vlodnachek might not be the full attraction here, Alexandra’s family and close-knit support group provide a lively and fun romp through the storyline.
The author jumps right into a wild story. It just took me a while to warm to Alex, I guess. Once I did, the characters began to become real to me, and I wanted more.
~The Ninja Librarian
I liked the little twists the author gave and had a fun time trying to figure out for myself who did the deed.
~A. Holland Reads
So much happens in this story. At times, I felt my head was spinning, but the author brought everything together for one fantastic ending.
~Escape With Dollycas Into A Good Book
The author is very talented in her descriptive writing and those descriptions drew me into the story.
This is the cutest new cozy series . . . It was fun to follow the twists and turns in the story coming to a shocking conclusion.
~Books a Plenty Book Reviews
Confessions of a Red Herring is a five star read full of humor, characters you wish were part of your own family, and a heroine you are rooting to win right from the start.
~Sinfully Wicked Book Reviews
This book was a mixture of humor and corporate America that many might not see a mystery in but Dana Dratch created a compelling mystery out of this. I was hooked from the first knock on the door to the last suspect on Alex’s list.
A twisted story that will keep the reader on their toes. Red Herring in this story has a whole new meaning.
~Babs Book Bistro
Confessions of a Red Herring was filled with fun and funny characters. A good ‘ole mystery(s) and a great twisty-turning plot.
~My Reading Journeys
Confessions of a Red Herring is a fun, clever whodunnit with a sassy heroine whose investigative skills can solve any mystery.
Confessions of a Red Herring is an engaging murder mystery made more enjoyable by snappy dialog, laugh-out-loud scenes, and a cast of quirky, lovable supporting characters.
~Book Club Librarian
This was a fun story that kept me reading, laughing, and wondering, who the ultimate bad guy really was. A good read for fans of madcap capers.
~Mysteries with Character
This book has it all – crazy family members, insane former employers, humorous situations, and a wild mystery all rolled into one.
A great mystery with lots of unsavory characters who could be the guilty party. I loved all the humor. So many great laugh-out-loud moments.
You can’t beat a spunky old lady with frying pans. I’m looking for the next book in the series.
~The Mysterious Ink Spot!
About the Book
Confessions of a Red Herring (A Red Herring Mystery)
1st in Series
Kensington (May 29, 2018)
Mass Market Paperback: 336 pages
Digital ASIN: B075C8FDT5
As a reporter, she’s used to covering the news.
Now she’s the headline.
Alex Vlodnachek has been a reporter for 12 years, a P.R. rep for three months, and a murder suspect for all of 24 hours. When her agency’s double-dealing CEO is stabbed, scheming co-workers cast the new redhead as a compelling red herring. The story is media catnip—especially her salacious nickname: Vlod the Impaler.
Even Alex has to admit she looks guilty.
Out of a job and under suspicion, Alex is running low on cash, when she’s visited by a second disaster: her family. Soon her tiny bungalow is bursting with her nearest and not-so-dearest. To keep herself out of jail—and save what’s left of her sanity—Alex returns to her reporting roots. She goes undercover to reclaim her life, break the story, and unmask a murderer. Pretty much in that order.
What she doesn’t know: The killer also has a to-do list.
And Alex is on it.
About the Author
Dana Dratch is a former newspaper reporter and current personal finance writer. When she’s not finishing Seeing Red—the next Alex Vlodnachek mystery—you’ll spot her byline on a host of top news sites. You can learn more about her mysteries at ConfessionsofaRedHerring.com.
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