"Quirky and compelling, Ken Rand's A Cold Day in Hell captures readers' imaginations from its first page. And whether it's Rand's darkly humorous comments on society, his fascinating cast of characters, or the poignant moments that catch you by surprise, A Cold Day in Hell is a story that will stay with you long after you've turned its last page." -- Julie Hyzy, author of State of the Onion and Hail to the Chef "From crooked politicians, to clandestine love affairs, to an obsessed evangelist intent on creating a miracle, to the death of a homeless guy who freezes to death in a Vegas casino named Hell ...Ken Rand's new book stretches all the boundaries and will delight fans of off-beat mysteries and genre-bending fantasies alike. You'll be entertained through the very last page." -- Michael A. Black, author of Random Victim and Windy City Knights "...a wealth of quirky characters ..." -- Publishers Weekly In Las Vegas, everybody has secrets...The young mother rent-a-cop who dreams of dead people's graves and her incompetent, thieving P.I. boss. The eccentric billionaire toy-collector, his lesbian "right-hand man" and her dazed and confused lover. The angst-ridden cop.
The rabble-rousing bag lady, her band of homeless pranksters, and the preacher who wants to levitate a casino. They all have secrets. One is a murderer.