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Caleb Roehrig Books In Order

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Last Seen Leaving (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
White Rabbit (2018) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Death Prefers Blondes (2019) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Caleb Roehrig is an American writer. He also has worked as a television producer. He is originally from Ann Arbor in Michigan. However, he has lived in a number of places including Helsinki, Finland, Los Angeles, and Chicago. He considers himself as having a chronic case of what can only be described as wanderlust. As a result of his love for travel, he can also recommend to a travel the best sights to see in over thirty countries when you are on a shoestring budget.

Roehrig is a former actor, so he has been behind the camera as a producer and in front of the camera for his acting gigs. He has a resume of gigs that involve appearances on television and on film, and has even appeared in the sometimes odd world of reality television for seven whole years, which can be stranger than fiction!

Caleb admits that he has also done a lot of strange things in order to get a paycheck, which has involved partying with a rock star, hanging out in his underwear in a frozen cornfield, talking with a politician that had been plagued by scandal, and even confronted by a moody ostrich.

White Rabbit is the first book by Caleb Roehrig. The book was released in 2016. The main character in this novel is named Rufus Holt. Rufus is having a pretty horrible night, and it has kicked off with a bang. The worst night of his life starts off with Sebastian reappearing out of nowhere. Sebastian is his ex-boyfriend and it is truly horrible timing that he shows up after having stomped all over Rufus’s heart.

Rufus was devastated by their breakup, but he has been working on moving on ever since Sebastian put him out lit a lit cigarette. That would be a lot easier to do if his ex had not just shown up out of nowhere and specifically sought him out, saying that the two of them needed to talk. It is really bad timing and it seems like things could not get worse to Rufus in this moment in time. However, as he soon finds out, you can always be wrong about things like that and it’s best not to make predictions about the future.

Rufus soon gets a phone call from April, his sister. She’s begging for his help and before you know it, Rufus and Sebastian find April. The only problem is that she is covered in blood and also holding a knife while right beside Fox Whitney. Fox is her boyfriend and he is almost certainly dead. Needless to say, it doesn’t look like a promising scenario if one is to believe that April did not kill Fox.

But that’s precisely what April says, swearing up and down that she isn’t the one who killed Fox. Her brother knows her well, so he’s not certain that she actually is telling the whole truth on this one. He’s not just going to say that in front of Sebastian, however. April might just have something that he needs though, and she’s going to help him out.

Rufus has just one night if he’s right to prove that April is innocent. It’s probably the worst timing ever for his ex to show up, but it must be fate, and Rufus, unfortunately, has not run out of love for Sebastian even though he wants to hate him for breaking up with him! Love is funny like that.

Can Rufus figure out who killed Fox and set April free from being falsely incriminated? Or will he find that his sister was capable of killing after all? Pick up White Rabbit by Caleb Roehrig to find out for yourself in this exciting new murder mystery novel!

Last Seen Leaving is the second book from dynamic author Caleb Roehrig. In this book, the main character is Flynn. Flynn is a regular guy with a girlfriend named January. Only now January has gone missing, and he doesn’t know what to do about it. Even worse, he has some secrets that he’s been harboring. Flynn wants to try and uncover the secrets involved in this, but how does he do that without giving away some of his own in the process?

January is totally gone and is showing no signs of coming back. By now it is a missing person case, and the cops are involved. The cops have even shown up to his place and they are asking him all kinds of questions– questions that Flynn either can’t answer or doesn’t want to. On top of that, it seems like every different friend of January has a different story to tell about it. None of them are adding up.

Everyone is watching Flynn and he seems to be the main suspect in the disappearance for not only the cops, but the general community as well. January is gone, and everyone figures that Flynn is her boyfriend. He must know something– definitely, more than the rest of them would know. Who knows, they may be right about their suspicions after all.

Flynn also has a secret that he’s struggling to keep, and the weight of it is bothering him a lot. On top of that, he misses his girlfriend and is worried that something bad really did happen to her. Is she still out there, and did she run away or was she kidnapped? Right now, no one knows, and everyone is looking at Flynn from the side of their eye in the meantime. Only her reappearance could clear him from guilt in the eyes of the town and the cops too.

Flynn must figure out the truth about why his girlfriend disappeared if he is going to have any hopes of finding her in the end. But it just might turn out that in order to find out the truth about where she went, he’s going to have to look in the mirror and accept some truths about himself in the process. Want to find out what happened? Then check out Last Seen Leaving by Caleb Roehrig and find out what Flynn does– and whether January comes back after all.

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