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Indigo : A Valentino Mystery
by Loren D. Estleman




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Indigo is a brand new Valentino novel from Harlan Coben's hero, Loren D. Estleman

Film detective Valentino is summoned to the estate of Ignacio Bozel to collect a prized donation to the university's movie library: Bleak Street, a film from the classic noir period, thought lost for more than sixty years.

Bleak Street was never released. Its star, Van Oliver, a gifted and charismatic actor with alleged ties to the mob, disappeared while the project was in post-production, presumably murdered by gangland rivals: another one of Hollywood's unsolved mysteries. Studio bosses elected to shelve the film rather than risk box-office failure. UCLA's PR Department is excited about the acquisition, but only if Valentino can find a way to sell it in the mainstream media by way of a sensational discovery to coincide with its release: "We want to know what happened to Oliver."

A simple quest for a few hundred yards of celluloid opens a portal into a place darker than night.

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Overview

Indigo is a brand new Valentino novel from Harlan Coben's hero, Loren D. Estleman

Film detective Valentino is summoned to the estate of Ignacio Bozel to collect a prized donation to the university's movie library: Bleak Street, a film from the classic noir period, thought lost for more than sixty years.

Bleak Street was never released. Its star, Van Oliver, a gifted and charismatic actor with alleged ties to the mob, disappeared while the project was in post-production, presumably murdered by gangland rivals: another one of Hollywood's unsolved mysteries. Studio bosses elected to shelve the film rather than risk box-office failure. UCLA's PR Department is excited about the acquisition, but only if Valentino can find a way to sell it in the mainstream media by way of a sensational discovery to coincide with its release: "We want to know what happened to Oliver."

A simple quest for a few hundred yards of celluloid opens a portal into a place darker than night.


 

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  • ISBN-13: 9781250258359
  • ISBN-10: 1250258359
  • Publisher: Forge
  • Publish Date: July 2020
  • Page Count: 224
  • Dimensions: 8.3 x 5.2 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.65 pounds

Series: Valentino Mysteries

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