PLAY THE FREE, FUN, PIGNON SCORBION
HIDDEN OBJECTS VIDEO GAME!
Loaded with 5-star ratings!
Based on my Pignon Scorbion & the Barbershop Detectives book, the Pignon Scorbion find the hidden objects video game app is available for free in both the Apple and Google Play App Stores. The game has 6 levels (each a scene from the book) that let you you search for items that are elements in the novel. The first 4 levels are unlocked, and there's an unlock code in the book, eBook and audiobook which you can use to unlock and play levels 5 & 6. Keep playing it to get your best score!
GOOGLE PLAY APP: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.falcon.pignon
APPLE APP: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/pignon-scorbion/id1590164074
Watch the fabulous video trailer for Pignon Scorbion & the Barbershop Detectives.
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Amazon Editor's Pick
Publishers Weekly Best Debut Mystery Pick!
In the 1910 English countryside a Sherlock Holmes/Hercule Poirot-like deductive Police Inspector, Pignon Scorbion, solves his cases aided by a colorful band of amateur sleuths while using a local barber shop as a make-shift courtroom.
Click here to listen to Scorbion's theme song.
Heather Graham, New York Times bestselling author of over 150 novels
Rick Bleiweiss's Pignon Scorbion & the Barbershop Detectives has quirky, wonderful characters and all the
elements of a great (and fun) detective story. I totally loved reading this novel!
Shelley Shepard Gray, New York Times bestselling author
Pignon Scorbion and the Barbershop Detectives by Rick Bleiweiss is a delightful mystery filled with twists and turns. Detective Inspector Scorbion is a charming protagonist, and his barbershop detectives are a delight. I’m already looking forward to the next case.
Reed Farrel Coleman, New York Times bestselling author of What You Break
Bleiweiss’ novel is a worthy addition in the tradition of Conan Doyle and Christie. Holmes and Poirot, please make room for Pignon Scorbion.