Kiss Your Elbow

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Harlequin, Oct 1, 2009 - Fiction - 251 pages
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In the theater, reality and make-believe blend so intimately that Tim Briscoe was convinced that he was playing the role of detective when he stumbled upon the lifeless form of Nellie Brant. But the corpse was real, even though everything and everybody else seemed fictitious.

There was the elusive man who wore dark glasses, the actress who chose sudden death as the background for an audition, the ex–silent-film star who stooged on quiz shows for his daily bottle, and Maggie, who loved him but didn't believe in the effect of too many Scotches.

This backstage mystery was written by a man who knew the theatrical world inside out. The characters and scenes are as authentic as Variety, as real as a closing notice.

 

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Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
15
Section 3
18
Section 4
34
Section 5
51
Section 6
65
Section 7
78
Section 8
86
Section 12
116
Section 13
124
Section 14
129
Section 15
133
Section 16
157
Section 17
161
Section 18
198
Section 19
215

Section 9
95
Section 10
104
Section 11
109
Section 20
224
Section 21
231
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Handley, ICI Technology, Runcorn, Cheshire, England.

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