Mike is in trouble. His job and his dad’s record label are in jeopardy. Before he knows it, Mike is alone and the only one willing to save the sinking ship. A listening session introduces him to Jason Bowes, who hasn’t produced a record in a decade. Recognizing this as his only chance to rescue the studio, he sets off to track down the missing musician.
However, finding someone is difficult when they want to stay hidden. Mike soon runs into local opposition, a cute mechanic, and more questions than answers. He realizes time and opportunities are dwindling. When nobody is willing to open up to an out-of-towner, Mike might have to get a little creative with his quest to save Clark Studios.
Want to check out the first three chapters? Of course you do.
A Search For Songs, my debut novel, is now available for paperback and Kindle.