Rich Leder claims that he writes funny books. He does.
Workman’s Complication is not your typical murder mystery. It has all the required ingredients of a murder mystery – and then some.
Most murder mysteries ask you to suspend belief and join the world of the story to see if you can solve the mystery along with the investigator. This one asks you to suspend all belief in reality so you can enjoy the outrageous adventures of Kate McCall, the crowd living in the House of Emotional Tics, and the Schmidt and Parker Players.
I thoroughly enjoyed it.