Robert Haze has been around the block when it comes to working in hotels, and not too long ago, he landed himself one heck of a job. He became the manager on duty – or M.O.D. – of one of downtown Chicago’s landmark properties, the world renowned Lanigan Hotel.

In the position, Robert is charged with juggling any number of tasks, handling every variety of guest issue, and dealing with problems that pop up with regularity around the massive 1800-room property. While Robert is no slouch, he’s about to be thrown a curve ball…in the form of murder! 

When a Lanigan Hotel guest VIP is found dead, Robert’s managerial skills are put to the test. With the arrival of veteran Chicago Police Department detective, John Marino, Robert begins to realize that it might take more than just a seasoned detective to solve, “The Case of The Guest Who Stayed Over.”

Combining the feel of Arthur Hailey’s, “Hotel” with a good old-fashioned murder mystery, The M.O.D. Files: The Case of Guest Who Stayed Over provides a sense for what life inside a landmark hotel is really like!

The M.O.D. Files: The Case of the Linen Pressed Guest

The Lanigan Hotel is known the world over for its five-star service, its lush amenities, and its prestigious position atop the list of the world’s most luxurious hotels. Since its reconstruction following the Great Chicago Fire, it has hosted world leaders, top names in entertainment, and even royalty. But that doesn’t mean this lauded landmark is immune to murder.

In the second installment in the M.O.D. Files series, Robert Haze is back as the jack-of-all-trades manager on duty of Chicago’s world renowned Lanigan Hotel. On a slow day just before Christmas, Robert stumbles across a guest in a place where he shouldn’t be. That’s not uncommon considering Robert’s job often puts him in contact with hundreds of guests each day in the 1800-plus room property…but most of the time, these guests aren’t dead.

As Detective John Marino of the Chicago Police Department arrives to handle the case, Robert looks to assist him in whatever way possible to solve what will become: The Case of the Linen Pressed Guest.

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