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  • Title: 'til Death
  • Author: Jason Anspach
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  • Page: 167
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✓ 'til Death Ü Jason Anspach, 'til Death, Jason Anspach, til Death Sam Rockwell is a fledgling private investigator specializing in Returns or recently deceased ghosts with unfinished business After his no nonsense father is murdered and comes back Sam takes the case hoping for a big break and a chance to win the heart of his Girl Friday Short on experience and long on the swagger of the dog eared pulp fiction he keeps in his desk RSam Rockwell is

'til Death

✓ 'til Death Ü Jason Anspach ✓ 'til Death Ü Jason Anspach - 'til Death, til Death Sam Rockwell is a fledgling private investigator specializing in Returns or recently deceased ghosts with unfinished business After his no nonsense father is murdered and comes back Sam takes the c 'til Death

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  1. til Death was a fun, light read Sam Rockwell is a private investigator who specializes in Returns, or ghosts who have not crossed over yet because they have some sort of unfinished business In this book Sam s father is murdered and comes back wanting his help I enjoyed the combination of hard boiled mystery, ghost story, and comedy There were some funny moments in the book, but it wasn t quite as funny as I was expecting it to be I mostly liked the characters in the story, even though Frank was [...]

  2. Jason Anspach s debut novel, til Death, is a fun romp through a supernatural hard boiled adventure, with plenty of laughs and adventure along the way.Sam Rockwell fashions himself as a detective for Returns, spirits who have unfinished business upon our earthly soil When his father is mysteriously killed, Sam s mother brings him in on the case The problem is, Sam doesn t have any real training about being a detective, except through the hard broiled detective books he reads While he tries to put [...]

  3. Like many first novels the author uses the first few pages to find his footing, then he s off The vintage Life goes on trope is successfully delivered with noir humor and the period setting and fast paced atmosphere become a character of their own Many times through the story I was reminded of the black and white classics of the golden age of the silver screen I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a humorous old school slice of life tale.

  4. I read Til Death by Jason Anspach during a recent trip I m not gonna lie I stayed up late a few nights to keep reading it.The prose is exceptional, great dialog, and a real capturing of what I must imagine is the feel of the 50 s The style had a lightheartedness to it, but no loss of character, plot, or tension Just a level of comfort, perhaps I can only describe it as the difference between a Humphry Bogart movie and a darker, modern thriller It gave me a nice noir thriller without the swearing [...]

  5. This was a fun read.There are plenty of stories with P.I interacting with the dead, but I liked both the whimsy and how the plot device is taken seriously In this case some of the dead are returning for something unresolved and are not limited by who they are seen by There is an increase of this happening and one young man wants to base his business on helping the returned.Lots to like and their was some depths to some of the subplots Already started the second in the series.

  6. This was downright interesting It s another take on the spirit world and coming back to earth to try to make something right, failing, and trying again An entire department is dedicated to these Returns And it was fun I was spellbound and actually found myself reading well past my bedtime Good work, Jason

  7. I absolutely loved this first novel by Jason Anspach This is a wonderful noir styled mystery, funny and oh so good It has me thinking back to the age of Thorne Smith with his Topper novels Oh, and if you don t know what I mean just go back and read and or watch some old movies Jason will be an author that you will want to follow

  8. Hauntingly Funny This book was funny from the first chapter Frank can t believe he s dead At least his son is a private detective Maybe he can track down the killer But it would be nice if his wife would show a little sadness at his passing

  9. Very enjoyable read Nicely creative storytelling with likable characters Some of the comedy is painfully funny I ll be reading the next installment in his series.

  10. Til Death Rockwell Return Files Review by Martha A Cheves, Author of Stir, Laugh, Repeat Think With Your Taste Buds A Book and A DishS Rockwell, Private InvestigatorReturns and the Unexplainable WelcomedWhen you think of returns you normally think of someone sitting behind a counter helping people get their money back for items they either don t need or simply don t want At least that was how I ve always looked at it That is until I read Til Death This is what I learned from reading this book Re [...]

  11. A delightful, 3 minute egg of a mystery comedy paranormal tale I generally avoid paranormal stuff, so this stayed on my Kindle for awhile But I needed something light the other day, so I jumped in I m glad I did I thought it was slow to get ramped up, but Anspach writes so clearly that reading it was easy, so I kept going He throws in just enough food for thought along the way to keep us chewing as we go along.Important Unlike so many indie series that end their first volume in the middle of the [...]

  12. Detective NeededThe story catches your interest from the beginning You want to know about the characters and how Frank s murder gets resolved I am intrigued by the idea of Returns and how Sam and Amelia will help them in future books.

  13. i can definitely i enjoyed this fascinating read the atmosphere of the early mid 20th century is beautifully painted but what i d really like to comment that the author managed to highlight the family values and their lack thereof in our society much respect for this gentle reminder

  14. Exciting readingFun, funny, fast paced, mysterious and suspenseful I don t know when I last read a book like this This was a good book to read and I highly enjoyed it.

  15. Sam is just starting out as a detective and trying to win the heart of a girl Fantastic reading to keep you going until the end.

  16. I really enjoyed reading til Death by Jason Anspach during my vacation over the holidays at the beach in beautiful Brazil I thought the book had good humor as well as a great message It was mysterious and intriguing yet easy to read The plot was well constructed for this genre of pulp fiction ghost novel Definitely different from the other books I have read and with plenty of twists and turns that make it very exciting I had to admit that it kept my attention and I was not distracted by the crys [...]

  17. til DeathI enjoy paranormal stories, and this one is perhaps suited as a young adult type book The appearances of the ghosts are not what is normally expected I did enjoy the Book, but am not sure if I will follow the series.

  18. Fun, quick read til Death zips along with tongue firmly in cheek It s full of outrageous situations, improbable turns and out and out unbelievable manifestations I won t bore you with plot summaries you can read those in the book blurb Suffice to say, if you enjoy It s a Wonderful Life and like your mysteries light, you will enjoy this book Now, I m off to read the next book in the new series

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