Did Elvis Presley and Marilyn Monroe have a secret love affair?
People will kill to find out.
When actress Stevie Marriner, reigning "sex queen of the soaps," becomes the prime suspect in the murder of a once-famous movie director from the Golden Age of Hollywood, she calls on her ex-husband, newsman Neil Gulliver, for help.
|Publisher:||Robert S. Levinson|
|File size:||798 KB|
About the Author
ROBERT S. LEVINSON, bestselling author of eight novels, The Traitor in Us All, In the Key of Death, Where the Lies Begin, Ask a Dead Man, Hot Paint, The James Dean Affair, The John Lennon Affair, The Elvis and Marilyn Affair. A regular contributor to Alfred Hitchcock and Ellery Queen mystery magazines. Cited annual EQMM Awards poll three times. His Hitchcock short story, "The Quick Brown Fox," a 2009 Derringer Award winner. His fiction has appeared in “year’s best” anthologies six consecutive years, non-fiction in Rolling Stone, Writers Guild of America’s Written By Magazine, Los Angeles Magazine, Westways Magazine, Autograph Magazine. His ninth novel, A Rhumba in Waltz Time, scheduled for August 2011. More: robertslevinson.com.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I would have given this book a solid five stars if not for the typos, The story was great and very well written, with interesting characters and many plot twists. I never did figure out whodunit until the very end. I will look for more books by this author.