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Kill Me Again: A Scott Elliott Mystery (1996)

by Terence Faherty

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Decorated World War II veteran Scott Elliott returns to Hollywood and finds it in the grips of change. He has lost his studio job, and politicians are hunting for Communists. Elliott lands a security job on a movie shoot, until a letter labeling the scriptwriter a Communist threatens the studio. Then the writer is found dead, clutching his script.
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In 1940s Hollywood, a screenwriter is accused of being a Communist, which could mean financial ruin for the studio. Before the truth can be established he is murdered. Who did it, an individual or the studio? Investigating is Scott Elliott, an actor reduced to security duties on his return from World War II. By the author of Die Dreaming.… (more)

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