Bye Bye Bertie

Bye Bye Bertie Bye Bye Bertie is the story of P I Joe LaFlam s struggle to be free from the fear of dying destitute and alone in an alley under cardboard just another discard of a world gone bad His fear is magnif

  • Title: Bye Bye Bertie
  • Author: Rick Dewhurst
  • ISBN: 9780805431827
  • Page: 362
  • Format: Paperback
  • Bye Bye Bertie is the story of P.I Joe LaFlam s struggle to be free from the fear of dying destitute and alone in an alley, under cardboard, just another discard of a world gone bad His fear is magnified by doubts about his chosen profession He has long sought to be a successful detective, but he has been thwarted by his incompetence and haunted by his insecurity BacheBye Bye Bertie is the story of P.I Joe LaFlam s struggle to be free from the fear of dying destitute and alone in an alley, under cardboard, just another discard of a world gone bad His fear is magnified by doubts about his chosen profession He has long sought to be a successful detective, but he has been thwarted by his incompetence and haunted by his insecurity Bachelor LaFlam equates marriage with bliss and a successful career with bread on his future family s table To be free once and for all, Joe vows to look death in the face by undertaking a desperate 21 day fast to twist God s arm to help him solve a prominent kidnapping case, make some good money, and get the girl, any girl With God s help Joe figures the odds are now good that he won t end up dead and alone in some big city alley under cardboard or newspapers or something bad like that Bye Bye Bertie is a compelling telling of how the fear of living and dying badly sometimes can be relieved somehow in mysterious ways.

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    1 thought on “Bye Bye Bertie”

    1. Sometimes I wonder how some books get published. This was a load of nonsense and not worth the time it took to finish.

    2. This is a real, indie gem–proof that the burgeoning independent publishing movement is gifting the world with brilliant novels that would have otherwise never seen the light of day. Bye Bye Bertie is a satirical, modern day detective novel (with a retro Dragnet-era feel) based on a gen-x, Canuck gumshoe who moves to Seattle in order to open a Christian detective agency.Detective Jo LaFlam is equally interested in his profession and determining the mystic will of God as he is in jelly donuts an [...]

    3. ok, and i thought I had lost my marbles?!this book was one of the most confusing stories i've read in a LOONNNGGGG time!!!you've got a guy named Joe LaFlam who's real name is John Doe; he pretends and ACTS like he lives in Seattle, Washington, only he's REALLY living in Vancouver, Canada; his father is dead, only he's not; his client's sister is kidnapped, only she really isn't, but then she is ALONG w/ his client, then their mother, THEN their other sister; his mother is really his aunt, who's [...]

    4. what a horror show, if I read one more time that the main character was a Christian and had bad breath I thought I would lose my mind. Seriously, you can write a Christianity based novel without mentioning 12 times a page that you are Christian. We get it trust me. I had to finish it thought to see if the story eventually made sense. It didn't. Lame,just lame. Sorry padre.

    5. A very comical read, one that I laughed out loud at, partly because I had such a hard time putting it down. If you want a liesurely read, a decent mystery, and a tour through a very imaginative young detective, this book is for you!

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