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Doubleday, 1981 - Rock music - 324 pages
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The headlines numb the entire world: Lisa Wilde is dead. The singer known as the Canary, whose music excited a generation, is killed in a crash. Now her ex-lover, the man who helped merchandise the idol and make her a star, receives the horrifying message from the brass at RPM Records: cover up her murder.

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About the author (1981)

TONY COHAN's eight books include the bestselling travel memoir "On Mexican Time". He has also written for national newspapers including "The New York Times" and "The Washington Post". Before becoming a writer he was a professional drummer. His lyrics can be heard on albums by Chick Corea and others.

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