Monday, August 12, 2019

Rich and Gone by W.F. Ranew


Woody is an investor.  He has talked his wife and friends into investing.  The problem is it is a Ponzi scheme and he's stealing the money.  Then he suddenly disappears.

The author and Goddess Fish Blog Tours allowed me to read this book for review (thank you).  It has been published and you can buy a copy now.

The private eye used to be a cop and has been hired by the wife to track her missing husband down.  He's done so much dirt to everyone in his life, there's a good potential he's a murder victim.  Or he could have run.  The money is in foreign depositories under anonymous names so Woody had enough money to fund his lifestyle.  But did he really get away?

This is a well written mystery.  If the PI didn't have various friends to help him, he wouldn't have been able to solve this case.  As he weeds through the clues you get on his side.  I was especially surprised at the ending.  Karma showed up for Woody...

W.F. Ranew will be awarding a $10 Amazon/BN GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour.  Enter HERE.

Follow the tour and comment; the more you comment, the better your chances of winning. The tour dates can be found HERE.  

Happy reading and good luck! 
 

9 comments:

Goddess Fish Promotions said...

Thanks for hosting!

W.F. RAnew said...

Thanks for hosting Rich and Gone on the tour.

W.F. RAnew said...

Thanks for hosting this stop on Rich and Gone's book tour.

James Robert said...

I appreciate you taking the time to give us a great book description and giveaway as well. Thank you so much!

Bernie Wallace said...

Do you let anyone read drafts of your book before it is finished?

W.F. RAnew said...

Hi, Bernie. I may let someone read a chapter or few paragraphs to get their feedback and expertise on the topic. But I never put out the entire drafts for someone to read it before it goes to my editor.

Bernie Wallace said...

Would you ever like to see your book turned into a tv show or a movie?

Tracie Cooper said...

What a great cover and plot line! Do you use people you know to inspire your plot lines?

Tracie Cooper said...

What a great cover!