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In this sequel to Marshall Karp's critically acclaimed 2006 mystery The Rabbit Factory, veteran LAPD cops Michael Lomax and Terry Biggs must track down a killer who is systematically murdering some of Hollywood's most powerful players in heinous -- and downright karmic -- ways.
When ruthless movie producer Barry Gerber is found drained of blood and stuffed into a trashcan in the Hollywood hills, Lomax and Biggs are tasked to solve the crime before a media circus ensues. But when handsome movie star Damian Hedge is kidnapped (and later found dead, face-down in a port-a-potty), the media frenzy reaches "OJ" proportions, as the newly tagged Hollywood Bloodsucker begins a reign of terror in Southern California. Clues, however, are few and far between -- that is, until Lomax and Biggs get their hands on a movie script that describes the brutal killings in gory detail…
Laugh-out-loud funny, realistically portrayed, breakneck-paced, and powered by literally hundreds of hilarious one-liners, Blood Thirsty will appeal to fans of authors like Carl Hiaasen and Janet Evanovich. Karp has hit the jackpot with Lomax and Biggs. The most endearing and wildly entertaining protagonists to grace the pages of a mystery novel in years, this dyanmic duo is a cross between Starsky and Hutch and Martin and Lewis. It's just a matter of time until they hit the big screen. Paul Goat Allen