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Death Was in the Picture

A Kitty Pangborn Mystery by Linda L. Richards

Death Was in the Picture by Linda L. Richards

Synopsis (from the publisher): In 1931, while most of Los Angeles is struggling to survive the Depression, the business of Hollywood is booming. And everyone wants a piece. The movies have always been cutthroat and, as girl Friday Kitty Pangborn is about to find out, that's more than a metaphor.

Kitty's boss, private detective Dexter Theroux, has been asked to help leading man Laird Wyndham prove his innocence. The actor was the last person to be seen with a young actress who died under very suspicious circumstances, and the star has fallen from the big screen to the big house. Wyndham's a dreamboat, but that isn't the only thing that has Kitty hot under the collar. Dex has already signed a client — one who's hired him to prove Wyndham's hands are not as clean as they look. Print and/or Kindle Edition Kobo eBook Apple iTunes/iBooks Edition Barnes&Noble NookBook Abe Books The Book Depository: Free Worldwide Shipping Biblio Alibris Books-a-Million

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Death Was in the Picture by Linda L. Richards

Death Was in the Picture by Linda L. Richards — A Kitty Pangborn Mystery

Publisher: Minotaur Books
Format: Hardcover
ISBN-13: 978-0-312-38339-8
Publication Date: January 2009
List Price: $24.95

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