Angela Fox is the queen of Myface, a social media app that everyone is talking about. When her account is the hottest of the month, things go into overdrive and everything starts to unravel. You see, Angela is not real. Sebastian Shafer is determined to make a name for himself, if it comes to using Angela Fox to do it, then so be it. He convinces his potential employer that he has a connection with the elusive Angela Fox, and it can bring them more fame than they can handle. What Sebastian doesn’t expect is to be dragged into the middle of a murder when a stage play director ends up dead. Sebastian may have bitten off more than he can chew, and with a murderer on the loose, it could wind up being a lot worse than he could ever have anticipated.

“Myface” has an interesting concept in a world where social media is prevalent and so many people use it. It brings the subject of cat-fishing out in the open, and winds up in an interesting story and murder mystery with it. However, there is a lot of telling rather than showing, and the book needs to go through editing as there are typos and mistakes throughout. The dialogue is authentic for the characters, and Kevin Landt has done his homework on some of the LA scenes. This book, albeit short and sweet, could be so much more with another sweep of thorough editing, and adding some more description and showing. All in all, Its a promising read with some interesting characters.

Lynn-Alexandria McKendrick