POTENTIAL FILM ADAPTATION: Last Looks was adapted from a screenplay, which is currently being developed for the big screen, with some big Hollywood names attached.
WELL-CONNECTED AUTHOR: Howard Michael Gould’s background in television has helped him to get acquainted with some Hollywood personalities who could help publicize his debut novel.
COLORFUL, COMPELLING LEAD: Charlie Waldo, the eccentric, sardonic star of Last Looks, anchors the novel with his extreme rejection of consumerism (manifested in the quirk of owning only one hundred things), heartbreaking past, and darkly comical dialogue.
PRAISE: Gould’s debut has garnered strong early reviews, including a starred Kirkus, and excellent blurbs from big names in the mystery/thriller community, including Coben, Hurwitz, Petrie, Gardiner, and Krueger.
Praise for Last Looks:
“A wild, madcap homage to and satire of the Hollywood noir thriller. Gould, an accomplished screenwriter and showrunner, knows how to keep it fast, smart, and funny.”—The Philadelphia Inquirer
“The plot is good and the protagonist is even better. It’s fast, funny, and well worth a sequel.”—Kirkus (starred review)
An email has been sent out with instructions for resetting your password.