Kill Me Again

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Crum Creek Press, Oct 1, 2003 - Fiction - 304 pages
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How do you top your best work? In Hollywood, you make a sequel. That's the plan in 1947 when filming begins on Love Me Again, a follow-up to the beloved wartime romance Passage to Lisbon. But the plan is threatened when the screenwriter is accused of being a Communist. Enter Scott Elliott, a former actor and soldier who is struggling to find a place in a changing Hollywood. To save the movie, Elliott must untangle a tale of murder, secret sin and redemption. This Mystery Company edition is the first paperback publication of the 1996 novel that introduced the Shamus Award-winning Scott Elliott series.

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Kill me again: [a Scott Elliott mystery]

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This tale of postwar Hollywood skips the the tinsel and glamor found in most film industry mysteries to focus on the historic Red scare. Youthful studio security hand Scott Elliott investigates ... Read full review

Review: Kill Me Again (Scott Elliott Mystery #1)

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A mystery set in Hollywood in the late 1940s with the sequel to a "Casablanca"-like classic in the making. Scott Elliott, pre-war actor turned post-war gumshoe is hired to--what else?--save the day ... Read full review

About the author (2003)

Terence Faherty is the author of two series: the Shamus-winning Scott Elliott private eye series, set in the golden age of Hollywood, and the Edgar-nominated Owen Keane series, which follows the adventures of a failed seminarian turned metaphysical detective. His short fiction has won the Macavity Award and been nominated for the Anthony and the Derringer. An occasional lecturer on the films of Basil Rathbone, Faherty was recently admitted to the Baker Street Irregulars. He lives in Indianapolis with his wife Jan.

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