Good Riddance Project

The Good Riddance Project is campy mystery caper, or something, in short, it’s a pickle It’s a funny shortie about a guy who has lost his patience with shoes, spatulas and his wife. But is having too many shoes really a reason to get rid of someone? He thinks so!

This unique tongue-in-cheek mystery novella, “The Good Riddance Project”, explores the tasking effort one man puts into ditching his wife and what happens when the best laid plans do not work out as planned……  It’s under 100 pages and available now on amazon!

5 star review on Amazon – 23 April, 2017

So funny but true

4 star review on Amazon – 16 August, 2017

Very funny novella about a man planning to kill his wife …

5 star review on Amazon – 5 April, 2017

“Learned a Lot” Good example of how to be a project manager. Some of the things to think about were well worth thinking about. For example guns. They are noisy. They are traceable. AND you can’t rent them! This manager thought of everything….Almost. Hilarious story. Gotta find one of the author’s books.

5 star review on Amazon – 5 April, 2017

“Fun Read You Can Zip Through In A Few Hours” If you’re in the mood for a fast-paced, breezy novel, this slim one will absolutely delight you! As in the author’s full-length novel, “Remember Me?,” A.K. Lakelett once again presented a unique style and concept that few authors would either imagine or dare to try. I chuckled throughout at the project manager’s (theoretically) well-planned “design” to get rid of his wife. I won’t spoil the story by revealing the outcome, but I will say that this author is one to keep an eye on. I know I will.

5 star review on Amazon – 30 March, 2017

“Dry wit, stylish treatment, unique idea” AK Lakelett has a gift for surprising readers with original formats and unique ideas and this one is is a case in point.
Delivered with dry wit, this stylish treatment of a project manager’s unorthodox plan will have you chuckling, groaning and gasping.  Writing in pure internal monologue can get tedious, especially if the character exhibits increasingly unlikeable traits, but this writer’s skill keeps you with it to the end.
I wonder if you made the same assumptions as I did and came to an erroneous conclusion? I was close, but no cigar.
Will look forward with interest for others in this series. As I read, I was reminded of an old black and white movie with a similar theme – I looked it up: Jack Lemmon, 1965 – How to Murder your Wife. My over-riding memory was the “glopita glopita” machine. Such fun.”

5 star review on Amazon – March 23, 2017

“If you a want a fun, dark read then this is the book for you.” The Good Riddance project is a tongue in cheek novella about project managing his wife’s demise.  I have to say the author did a really good job, and it’s not just an easy read but the style just captures your imagination so you keep reading.  I have never read a book like this and have to say it made me chuckle. There is some very clever, witty writing and I highly recommend it to readers who enjoy cozy mysteries.”