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The Dead Don't Forget

by Robert Weibezahl

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 161009039X, Paperback)

Even Silent Film Stars Sometimes Scream! Amateur detective Billy Winnetka is back, once more reluctantly investigating a peculiarly Hollywood crime involving some anonymous death threats. Who would want to scare an old woman who hasn’t made a movie in years? As Billy discovers, there is a considerable list of suspects—from Gwendolyn’s money grubby high society relatives to her less-than-honest business manager. But simply scaring an old woman is one thing—killing her is another. Early Readers Say… “Robert Weibezahl’s screenwriter Billy Winnetka has his hands full sorting through suspects galore in this zesty mystery played out against the background of a typical Hollywood motion picture production and the people who make the movies, while at the same time Billy works to resolve the unexpected romantic entanglement brought on by a new woman in his life.” —Robert S. Levinson, bestselling author of A Rhumba in Waltz Time, The Elvis and Marilyn Affair and The James Dean Affair “…highly enjoyable, good old-fashioned murder mystery, leavened with generous doses of romance and humor, and set against the picturesque backdrop of the not-quite-golden age of Hollywood.” —Gillian Bagwell, author of The Darling Strumpet and The September Queen “I raced through Robert Weibezahl's sly and knowing Hollywood murder mystery, smiling all the way.” —Mitchell James Kaplan, author of By Fire, By Water “…Hollywood and movie trivia will keep you turning pages to see what’s next.” —J. L. Greger, author of Coming Flu

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