by L.L. Bartlett
Publisher: Polaris Press
Genre: Police Procedural
It’s 1979. Before cell phones. Before computers. Before the World Wide Web. LA Detectives Robbie Howard and Danny Wallace solve crimes the old fashioned way, by relentless legwork. Multiple deaths on the lot of a movie studio look like your average murder-suicide. At least that’s what someone wants everyone to think. It takes dogged determination for Howard and Wallace to write off a Hollywood killer.
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“A reminder of how police work was done the old fashioned way — lots of leg work and no cell phones or computers. Detectives Howard and Wallace are the leads on this case involving murders at a movie studio. They brainstorm and figure out how the murders are connected.”
“Three murders in a studio’s script department, some wretched characters and some nice ones. Quite a mix and the detectives have nothing to go on except a missing script. Can you guess who the murderer is?”