Kip Meyerhoff Introduces Readers to Rollo Michaels

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Former LAPD detective Michaels’ adventures begin in first book of Meyerhoff’s new series

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Sometimes it's hard to tell the good guys from the bad guys and it's the same in real life.

Author Kip Meyerhoff introduces readers to the self-assured, unconventional former detective sergeant, Roland “Rollo” Michaels, in the first book of his new series.

In “Deadwood and Beyond,” Meyerhoff lays the backstory for the rough-around-the-edges private investigator and introduces a character he plans to keep around in his upcoming novels. The series begins with Rollo’s arrest at a murder scene in Deadwood, South Dakota.

“Crime and punishment don’t always equal justice,” Meyerhoff said. “The system can fail and, when it does, Michaels finds himself fighting an uphill battle, while trying to keep his business afloat and clearing his name.”

A retired police officer, himself, Meyerhoff tapped into his own experiences, when writing this book.

“This book is loosely based on a combination of some cases I worked on when I had my own private investigation firm,” Meyerhoff said. “All of the characters are based on real people I’ve met throughout my life and career. Sometimes it’s hard to tell the good guys from the bad guys and it’s the same in real life.”

For more, visit https://www.iuniverse.com/Bookstore/BookDetail.aspx?BookId=SKU-000559330.

“Deadwood and Beyond”
By Kip Meyerhoff
ISBN: 978-1-5320-2761-1
Available at iUniverse, Barnes and Noble and Amazon

About the author
Kip Meyerhoff is a retired police officer and author. His latest book is loosely based on his professional experiences and locations. Meyerhoff has been a columnist for The River Times for over ten years and also released “Cooking with Kip: A Cook’s Memoir,” about his life. He lives in a Victorian home on the Ohio River in Southeast Indiana with his significant other, Linda. To learn more, visit https://www.iuniverse.com/Bookstore/BookDetail.aspx?BookId=SKU-000559330 or join The Rollo Michaels Fan Club page on Facebook.

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