He's No Angel
by Ryan Uytdewilligen
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Pub Date 26 Jul 2022 | Archive Date 24 Jun 2022
Charlie Fritz is a Hollywood talent agent hanging onto his career by a thread. After embarrassing himself at a movie screening, he’s in need of a comeback and a superstar client. Luckily, success comes his way in the form of his presumed-to-be dead father.
When Bernie Fritz mysteriously arrives in the middle of Los Angeles by taxi, it’s evident he doesn’t remember anything about his prior life, but the white-robe-wearing man does have a cryptic message from the afterlife to share with anyone who will listen. Is he an angel from above or someone who’s simply lost their memory?
When Bernie’s message goes viral and creates a social media sensation, Charlie seizes the opportunity to become his dad’s agent. It’s the perfect opportunity for them to finally connect and find a little meaning in their lives—even if for one of them, life is technically over.
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KEY SELLING POINTS:
—Wholeheartedly original and unputdownable, this clever and insightful satire on relationships and the afterlife will have readers laughing out loud.
—Filled with relatable situations, pop culture references, and a cast of characters to cheer for, the novel is a great read for both men and women.
—Ryan writes wonderfully quirky and humorous novels. His last novel, Akela, about a sea turtle’s journey to find his way back to his love, was nominated for a Pushcart Prize.
—Fans of Lamb by Christopher Moore and A Night with Audrey Hepburn by Lucy Holliday will find a new author to follow and to laugh with in Ryan Uytdewilligen