E. J. Copperman
E.J. Copperman is the figment of someone's imagination. The pseudonym for another writer of funny mystery novels, Copperman has now written four series: The Haunted Guesthouse mysteries, in which a single mom buys a Jersey Shore house to turn into an inn without realizing there are two dead people inhabiting the place; the Mysterious Detective mysteries, in which a midlist mystery author is confronted by a physical embodiment of her fictional sleuth, who insists he needs her help in solving cases; the Asperger's mysteries in which a man with an autism-spectrum disorder opens a business offering to answer customers' questions if he finds them interesting (and usually gets involved in solving a murder) and the Agent to the Paws mysteries, in which a theatrical agent whose clients are all furry beasts (not the human kind) finds herself defending her clients while humans are being murdered in their general vicinity. That sounds like a lot. I'd better lie down for a while. Welcome! Take a look around! Post questions if you like!Read more Read less
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