E. J. Copperman is the national bestselling author of a number of mystery series, including the Mysterious Detective series (Written Out), the Haunted Guesthouse series (The Hostess With the Ghostess, with Jeff Cohen, the Asperger's series (The Question of the Felonious Friend), and E. J.'s newest, the Agent to the Paws series. It is exhausting for E. J. just to think about it.
Praise for Edited Out:
"Copperman [keeps] the quirky conceit of the series fresh and charming...A plot just complex enough to sustain the story keeps the oddball relationship between reluctant Rachel and driven Duffy centered, as the investigation jumps delightfully between bumbling and inspired...Copperman provides a bit of sleuthing and suspense grounded in low-key, character-driven fun."
"Welldrawn characters who have a unique relationship...the interesting premise, humor, plot twists, writer's tips, and Rachel's asides to the reader add to the story."
"You'll find yourself automatically falling in love (again) with this great duo of writer and her fictional character brought to actual life...Copperman always does a great job, and he continues down that path of greatness with this new story."
"E. J. Copperman does what he does best, blending suspense with humor...A good entry in a fun series."
-Night Owl Reviews
"Every page, and nearly every sentence, of this delightful book is literally laugh-out-loud funny, and the smile almost never left my face for the two days it took me to read it...It is simply terrific, and is highly recommended."
"Copperman has a witty style that occasionally had me laughing out loud."
-Popular Culture Association
"Readers won't want to miss a page of the Rachel-Duffy interaction...It's a clever premise and a tricky one to pull off, but Copperman does it smoothly and seemingly without effort."
-Kings River Life
"The second title in the 'Mysterious Detective Mystery' series "Edited Out" continues to document E. J. Copperman's mastery of the genre and is very highly recommended, especially for community library Mystery/Suspense collections."
-Midwest Book Review