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Bloodthirsty by Marshall Karp

Bloodthirsty

Description : It's a bloodthirsty town, Hollywood. No matter how popular you are, there's always someone who?d be happier if you were dead. And in some cases, you can be such a bastard, everyone would be happier if you were dead. Barry Gerber, one of the most hated men in Hollywood, is a no-show for a red carpet event. The next morning he turns up dead, killed in such a bizarre way that neither Detectives Mike Lomax nor Terry Biggs nor anyone in Forensics has ever seen anything like it before. Two days later, the prime suspect ? another despised show-business bad boy ? is found murdered in the same sadistic manner. The list of suspects then becomes as long as the credits in a summer blockbuster. Everyone hated the murdered men. Biggs jokes that this could be an elaborate public service effort to make Hollywood a better place to live and work. But he and Lomax soon find that all jokes are off as they wade through a daunting number of leads to uncover who will be the next victim. What they stumble upon is a motive far more primal than they had ever imagined. Fast-paced, razor-sharp, and intensely funny, Bloodthirsty reunites Lomax and Biggs ? the mystery genre's new dynamic duo.

Subtitle : A Lomax & Biggs Mystery

Authors : Marshall Karp

Published Date : 2008-05-28

Publisher : Macadam Cage Pub

ISBN : 1596922885

Page : 377 Pages

Categories : Fiction

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Filesize: 9 MB

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