Comedian Channing Hayes survived a tragic auto accident that claimed the life of his fiancée, Lauren. Physically and emotionally scarred, he’s put his performing career on hold, resigned to getting laughs vicariously as co-owner of The Last Laff Comedy Club. There, he instructs Lauren’s sister Heather in the fine art of stand-up.
When Heather skips out on her set during the club’s comedy showcase, Channing searches for his AWOL protégée. Then Heather’s ex-lovers start turning up dead—and Channing must fight to keep Heather from being the next hit in this deadly line-up.
“A wildly entertaining page-turner.”—David Bickel, author of Creepiosity and TV writer/producer of The King of Queens
“You’ll be seriously swept up in the story as Orloff turns family tragedy into triumph.”—Reed Farrel Coleman, three-time Shamus Award-winning author of Innocent Monster
“Orloff generates considerable suspense en route to a conclusion most readers won’t see coming. The Last Laff series [is] a winner.”—KIRKUS REVIEWS
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