Hollywood Homicide starts out with the discovery of the body of a beautiful, young, tattooed blonde. Her body is found in an L.A. drainage ditch. Is she a starlet? A hooker? One thing's for certain: she's dead, shot in the head with a .22. Looks like a mob hit, but is it? Harry Apple, a former crime reporter, now a best-selling mystery writer and amateur sleuth living in L.A., is determined to find out who killed the tattooed blonde -- and why. Apple nearly gets blown up, gunned down and stabbed in the process of investigating this Hollywood homicide and writing his second novel, based on this true crime. During his investigation, Apple turns up a terrorist plot and a few more bodies. This novel is filled with Hollywood hotties, hunks and honchos. The bodies might pile up, but so do the thrills, chills and laughs in this charming, comic crime romp.
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About the Author
Robert Mauro is a published playwright, poet, novelist, and artist. He is the author of a number of books, including: Two-Character Plays for Student Actors, On Stage, How-To Live Longer With A Disability, Finding Love And Intimacy, The Night-Light Zone: Short Stories To Read With The Night Light On, The Landscape Of My Disability, A Child Of The Holocaust: A Non-Survivor's Story Of Survival, When I Was Seventeen: A Novel About Love, Friendship And Becoming An Adult, and his autobiography, Sucking Air, Doing Wheelies: Memoirs Of A Fifties Polio Survivor.