My editor sent me the first blurb about SOMETHING MISSING today, written by M. Ann Jacoby, author of LIFE AFTER GENIUS. She writes:
“A quirky and endearing first novel that makes you wonder if that misplaced stick of butter or can of soup means there’s a burglar prowling your pantry. If that thief is Martin Railsback, you might be glad. He’s the kind of burglar you could conceivably want in your house.”
I’m not silly enough to think that everyone will love my book, but it’s thrilling to discover that at least one person does.