The Midnight Plan of the Repo Man

The Midnight Plan of the Repo Man

Book - 2014
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Ruddy McCann, former college football star, has experienced a seismic drop in popularity; he is now a full-time repo man in Kalkaska, Michigan and part-time bouncer at his sister's bar. His best friend is his low-energy Basset hound Jake, with whom he shares a simple life of stealing cars. Simple, that is, until Ruddy starts hearing a voice in his head. The voice introduces himself as Alan Lottner, a dead real estate agent. Ruddy isn't sure if Alan is real, or if he's losing his mind. To complicate matters, it turns out that Katie, the girl Ruddy has fallen for, is Katie Lottner--Alan's daughter. When Alan demands Ruddy find his murderers, Ruddy decides a voice in your head seeking vengeance is best ignored. He figures his efforts would be better spent helping his sister keep the bar afloat and wrapping up a particularly trying repo job. But it's hard to avoid the voice in his head, and soon Ruddy is trying to not only figure out what happened to Alan, but avoid the same fate for himself.
Publisher: New York : Tom Doherty Associates, LLC, 2014
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780765377487
0765377489
Branch Call Number: FICTION Cam
Characteristics: 334 pages ; 22 cm

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mjk236sb
Apr 01, 2017

Interesting characters in a small town in Michigan. Got involved with some sketchy events.
Will be looking for the next books to see how this continues develop.

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CMLibrary_gjd_0
Dec 19, 2016

I had forgotten about reading this book until I saw the follow up on our New Fiction Shelves last week. Thoroughly engaging read that left me wanting more. Happily, there is another title to this series now! If you enjoy a little absurdist comedy, this book will be well worth your time.

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MPHPL_Karen
Apr 13, 2015

A cozy mystery that will leave you wanting more! Follow Ruddy as he tries to come to terms with the new voice in his head, the ghost of a dead Realtor. Even if you don't like "paranormal," you will find Cameron does a nice job of keeping the book realistic.

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virginia_cookBOW
Mar 31, 2015

This was an easy read without having to think a lot. Hey, there are times when that's perfect. Funny, especially Kermit and the trash dumpster. You quickly learn Kermit will misinterpret whatever is said to him, or directions given - usually with a laughable outcome.

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palmer0808
Feb 26, 2015

I really liked the characters and hope a sequel is in the works!

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