Hollywood in the Thirties: Nazi saboteurs, gangsters running gambling ships, British spies and diplomats, FBI agents, starlets looking for the big break, cheap hustlers on the fringes of the law, local cops—some are friends and some are adversaries, but all are involved somehow with Riley Fitzhugh, a private eye who’s wondering whether the death of an English aristocrat really was an accident.
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About the Author
Terry Mort is a graduate of Princeton University and the University of Michigan, where he received an MA in English and began work on a PhD. After grad school he served as an officer in the US Navy. He was deployed to Southeast Asia, where he saw a variety of action. Mort has written a number of nonfiction histories, widely praised in the national press. He has also written several novels.