The blurb machine at Crime Fiction Dossier has generated a kudo for THE MAN WITH THE IRON-ON BADGE.
"Combining humor and suspense together
in a mystery novel is no easy feat, and few writers can accomplish it
with the skill of Lee Goldberg. The Man With the Iron-On Badge
is an affectionate ode to the classic Private Eye novel, told with wit
and grit, and a touch of panache." -Crime Fiction Dossier
"Wit, Grit and Panache." Sounds like a great title for a lousy TV series, doesn’t it? I can see it now…
"Jack Wit is a cop who doesn’t play by the rules, a rogue, a rebel, a loose cannon…Samantha Grit is a beautiful, sexy, undercover operative with degrees in psychology, criminology, and kicking ass… Largo Panache is a mysterious stranger, a thief who can steal anything from anyone anywhere… together they fight crime across the globe. They are WIT, GRIT AND PANACHE."
3 thoughts on “Wit, Grit and Panache”
Okay, I have my popcorn ready. Just tell me there’s going to be lots of explosions, and maybe a scene where two of them are suspended over some sort of laser grid.
I have a feeling Wit and Grit used to be an item, but then Panache came along and Grit got left out in the cold. Can’t wait for sweeps!
You gave away the premise of the TV show I’ve been developing for the last year. Now all I need is a successful show runner to write it for me. Since we seem to be on the same page here, will you do it?
Where’s the lousy part come in?