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Publisher Description

At a convention for the cult science fiction show Beyond Earth, Adrian Monk meets fans as obsessive-compulsive as he is. Though he’s not preoccupied with the program, Monk can understand the phenomenon. Who wouldn’t want to live in an imaginary world?

But there may be a killer in the Beyond Earth community: Someone in a starship uniform has gunned down the show’s legendary creator. Could a fan be that furious at him for selling out to Hollywood? Or is more going on behind the scenes?

Luckily, Monk’s agoraphobic brother, Ambrose, is an expert on the TV series, and together they’ll search the earth and beyond for the murderer. That is, if Ambrose can bring himself to leave the house. A new story starring Adrian Monk by Edgar® Award-nominated screenwriter Lee Goldberg. It’s compulsive, page-turning fun.

“Even if you aren’t familiar with the TV series Monk, this book is too funny to not be read.”—The Weekly Journal

Mysteries & Thrillers
October 30
Penguin Publishing Group

Customer Reviews

ipoddopi ,

GREAT, even tho it was a bit out there... haha wink wink

Ah yes everybody loves ambrose!!! HES IN THIS ONE, along with monk and other such normal characters appearing in every episode... but wait someone across the room says,,, "this is indeed no episode!!!" WRONG YOU ARE!!! It is rather just like the episode except a bit longer cuz no one can read this in 45 minutes.... well i cant be sure!!! Read it , you will love it!
PROBLEM: i found a few mistakes in these monk books...
#1he doesnt eat chex cereal in the morning.... well at least not with MILK!!! he is afraid of MILK silly lee G.!
#2 it says here monk is allergic to cats... when actually in the episode, mr. monk and the missing granny, it is Randall Disher who is in fact allergic and can tell if a cat has been there in the last year!!!
Ha lee, did you even watch the episodes?! haha Just kidding
These are a piece of work! READ READ READ

david923 ,

Great book

Stop reading the reviews and buy this wonderful book

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