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Blood thirsty : a Lomax and Biggs mystery

Author: Marshall Karp
Publisher: San Francisco : MacAdam/Cage Pub., ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Barry Gerber, one of the most hated - and powerful - men in Hollywood, is a no-show for a red carpet event. The next morning he turns up dead in a trash can, killed in such a bizarre way that neither Detectives Mike Lomax nor Terry Biggs nor anyone in Forensics has ever seen anything like it before. Two days later, the prime suspect - another despised show-business bad boy - is found murdered in the same sadistic  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Mystery fiction
Material Type: Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Marshall Karp
ISBN: 9781596922099 1596922095
OCLC Number: 671245140
Description: 377 pages
Responsibility: Marshall Karp.
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Barry Gerber, one of the most hated - and powerful - men in Hollywood, is a no-show for a red carpet event. The next morning he turns up dead in a trash can, killed in such a bizarre way that neither Detectives Mike Lomax nor Terry Biggs nor anyone in Forensics has ever seen anything like it before. Two days later, the prime suspect - another despised show-business bad boy - is found murdered in the same sadistic manner." "The list of suspects then becomes as long as the credits in a summer blockbuster.

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