Skin deep: a Simeon Grist suspense novel

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Dutton, Apr 1, 1991 - Fiction - 318 pages
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Hired to keep a close eye on volatile actor Toby Vane, a star with a penchant for beating up women, private detective Simeon Grist finds his case complicated by the beating death of a nude dancer

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Review: Skin Deep (Simeon Grist Mystery #3)

User Review  - Ekaser - Goodreads

This may have been his first novel (even if it was published AFTER his second and third novels), but it sure doesn't read like it! A great story and great characters, both the good-guys and the bad ... Read full review

Review: Skin Deep (Simeon Grist Mystery #3)

User Review  - Sam Reaves - Goodreads

A down-at-heels private eye (is there any other kind?) takes a job baby-sitting a TV heartthrob who likes to hit women. Keep him out of trouble till the syndication rights sell and everybody makes out ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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