The Dead Don't Forget
Overview - Even Silent Film Stars Sometimes Scream Amateur detective Billy Winnetka is back, once more reluctantly investigating a peculiarly Hollywood crime involving some anonymous death threats. Who would want to scare an old actress who hasn't made a movie in years? Read more...
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Even Silent Film Stars Sometimes Scream Amateur detective Billy Winnetka is back, once more reluctantly investigating a peculiarly Hollywood crime involving some anonymous death threats. Who would want to scare an old actress who hasn't made a movie in years? As Billy discovers, there is a considerable list of suspects-from Gwendolyn's money-grubbing high society relatives to her less-than-honest business manager. But simply scaring an old woman is one thing-killing her is another. Early Readers Say... "Robert Weibezahl's screenwriter Billy Winnetka has his hands full sorting through suspects galore in this zesty mystery played out against the background of a typical Hollywood motion picture production and the people who make the movies, while at the same time Billy works to resolve the unexpected romantic entanglement brought on by a new woman in his life." -Robert S. Levinson, bestselling author of A Rhumba in Waltz Time, The Elvis and Marilyn Affair and The James Dean Affair ..".highly enjoyable, good old-fashioned murder mystery, leavened with generous doses of romance and humor, and set against the picturesque backdrop of the not-quite-golden age of Hollywood." -Gillian Bagwell, author of The Darling Strumpet and The September Queen "I raced through Robert Weibezahl's sly and knowing Hollywood murder mystery, smiling all the way." -Mitchell James Kaplan, author of By Fire, By Water ..".Hollywood and movie trivia will keep you turning pages to see what's next." -J. L. Greger, author of Coming Flu About the Author: Robert Weibezahl's books include The Wicked and the Dead, which introduced screenwriter-sleuth Billy Winnetka; and A Taste of Murder and A Second Helping of Murder, co-edited with Jo Grossman. A columnist for BookPage since 2002, his work has also appeared in many national and regional publications. He lives in California.