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Rima Ray

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Ruby Roy and The Murder in the Falls (2022)

International Bestselling and Award-winning hilarious comedy wrapped up in a mystery with an amateur female sleuth of color you're bound to fall in love with! 

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Book Summary 

Meet Dr. Ruby Roy. She is a twenty-nine-year-old, goofy, warm, absent-minded, and often accident-prone professor in her third year at Baron University, located a few miles from the Falls.

 

It doesn't help matters that she keeps stumbling into a series of embarrassing incidents. Unfortunately for Ruby, things take a turn for the worse when she discovers Professor Peter Malcolm's dead body in his office. But who could have killed him? And why?
 

 

 

Suddenly all the Poirot, Marple, and Sherlock Holmes books she loves reading seem to have come to life as she finds herself in the middle of a real-life murder mystery. And with the murderer on the loose, no one is safe. With the help of her husband, Cleo, her very own Watson, Ruby tries to solve the mystery before she is next on the killer's list!


Praise for Ruby Roy and the Murder in the Falls
 

A Fantastic Debut from a Talented Writer
‘Ruby Roy and the Murder in the Falls,’ by Rima Ray, is a highly-entertaining comedic page-turner masquerading as an old-school whodunnit.
- James W. (Amazon Review)⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

A Female sleuth you are sure to fall in love with

Author Rima Ray has given readers a female sleuth that they are sure to fall in love with...I highly recommend this book to readers looking for a light and refreshing book that will make you smile while reading it.

-Literary Titan (⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 5 Starred Review)

"The mystery builds to an exciting climax, and there's an unexpected final twist...An amusingly quirky read..."

-Kirkus Reviews


A Delightful and Interesting Book
"Ruby Roy and the Murder in the Falls, by Rima Ray, is a fast-paced, exciting and witty mystery. This cozy read will satisfy fans of this genre. Ray’s method of developing the zany Ruby’s detecting skills leaves the reader laughing while figuring out who the killer is. I am giving, Ruby Roy and the Murder in the Falls, by Rima Ray 5 out of 5 stars. This book was a delight to read. I felt entertained by this humorous page-turner and well-written book."
-MJ Macie (Amazon Review) ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

 

Ruby Roy and The Murder in the Falls by Rima Ray is literally everything that I was hoping it would be!
"There is not a person on this planet who would not enjoy this book."
-Dremel22 (Amazon Review) ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

 

"Ray succeeds in creating an entertaining and suspenseful mysterywith an interesting sleuth. A promising debut, Ruby Roy is a quick read that should delight cozymystery fans."

-BlueInk Review


A compelling and quirky page turner that you'll find hard to put down!
"I highly recommend reading this compelling and quirky page turner, perfect for any fan of mystery or cleverly crafted characters. With half of Ruby Roy read in just a few hours, I look forward to both the advertised unexpected conclusion and for Ray's next gripping installment in the Ruby Roy series!"
-kt90 (Amazon Review) ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

 

Brilliant Writing
"I would recommend this book to anyone that enjoys reading murder mystery stories, shocking twists or anyone that loves reading stories that include a diverse cast of characters. To add, this author seemed quite brilliant in her overall delivery of such an interesting story. I would give a 6/5 star review for this book, if I could."
-Humphrey (Amazon Review) ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

 

Highly Recommended
"Highly recommended, Ruby Roy and the Murder in the Falls is for those that enjoy playful stories, mysteries, strong female characters, and top-notch humor."
-Liz Konel (⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 5 Starred Review, Readers' Favorite)

 

A Breath of Fresh Air
"Author Rima Ray wastes no time in establishing her pedigree as a producer of dynamic and clever mysteries...Ruby Roy and The Murder in the Falls is a breath of fresh air in a genre that often takes itself too seriously, bringing a likable and fun detective to life without compromising on the grit and drama that makes a mystery thriller exciting."
- KC Finn (⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 5 Starred Review, Readers' Favorite)

Humor Wrapped up in a Mystery
"For me, this book had more hints of humor and wit with splashes of mystery. While mystery is a forefront theme, the author takes us on a deep dive into the eccentric personality of the main character, Ruby, who will make you laugh throughout the entire novel. It is a tasteful take on your standard murder mystery storyline and made it a more enjoyable read overall!"
-Amazon Customer (Amazon Review) ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

"With great descriptive narrative, compelling character development, believable dialogue, and a complex plot, this story is a good introduction to what portends to be a riveting mystery series. I can’t wait for book 2!"
-Emily-Jane Hills Orford (⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 5 Starred Review, Reader's Favorite)


"Ruby Roy is a quirky, amusing woman who often allows her imagination to run away with her. Readers will find this delightful character entertaining and will be eager to see what her next venture will entail."
-Carol Hoenig, Award-Winning Author

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Ruby Roy is a quirky, amusing woman who often allows her imagination to run away with her. Readers will find this delightful character entertaining and will be eager to see what her next venture will entail."

–Carol Hoenig, Award-Winning Author

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Praise & Reviews

The mystery builds to an exciting climax, and there’s an unexpected final twist...An amusingly quirky read..."

–Kirkus Reviews

Ray succeeds in creating an entertaining and suspenseful mystery
with an interesting sleuth. A promising debut, Ruby Roy is a quick read that should delight cozy
mystery fans."

–BlueInk Review

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About Rima Ray

Rima Ray spent her childhood growing up in Kuwait, Qatar, India, the Philippines, Japan, Canada, and the US. She survived the first Gulf War in Kuwait and the triple disaster in Japan. These days she leads a more peaceful life as a professor in upstate New York with her husband Frederik. Apart from reading mysteries, she enjoys eating Asian food and spending time with her Maine Coon cats, Million and Nobel.