A dark and funny tiki-styled retelling of Macbeth set in South Florida.
You take some "surf's up" magic realism, a dead body, a little Buddhist philosophy, a Barry Manilow impersonator with a dog named Mandy, and Danni "Queen of Scream" Keene (the unflappable goddess of horror films), along with the last living relative of the real Macbeth, who happens to be a circus clown, and put them all in the sleepy retirement community of Laguna Key. The result? A mystery that no one is interested in solving except a security guard named Brian Wilson, who can't stop thinking that "East Coast girls are hip."
"Witty, evocative, and literate, M@BGBG manages to be all three and a mystery, to boot. I was hooked from the first paragraph on. N. M. Kelby must be a fascinating woman 'cause she sure is a fascinating writer." Adrienne Barbeau, actress (The Fog, Swamp Thing, and Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death) & author (There Are Worse Things I Could Do)