'Agam’s writing is devilish...He has produced a potent blend of suspense and cock-eyed humor that is heavily reminiscent of Trump’s transgressions.'
"...Overall, “The Fixer’s Mess” is an enjoyable quick read about a lawyer who went to the extreme to save his client from an embarrassing situation but only managed to get himself into more trouble than he ever thought possible. Great and fitting title to the story."
'In the novel, Max Cedar is deemed the “fixer” for his client, hotel mogul Duncan Thomas, who tests his allegiance by asking Cedar to cover up Duncan’s affair with a strippper. When a newspaper reporter Cedar bullies into dropping a story about the affair is found dead and the stripper’s house ransacked, Cedar embarks on a fixing mission of his own to protect his name, reputation and freedom.
Agam answered questions about his life and work post high school in Pacifica. He answered via email.'