Elliot Freed buys an old-time movie house to show only comedies. But when a customer dies of poisoned popcorn during a screening of Young Frankenstein, Elliot takes it personally and decides to find out who made his patron die laughing.
About the Author
Jeff Cohen is a freelance writer, reporter and screenwriter whose work has been seen in the New York Times, developed by the Jim Henson Company and won the Barry Award for best short story. He lives in New Jersey with eight million close friends.