Tuesday, April 03, 2012

Murder on the Aisle by Ed Gorman is Today's Third Featured Free MystereBook

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MystereBooks is pleased to feature Murder on the Aisle by Ed Gorman as today's third free mystery ebook.

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Murder on the Aisle by Ed Gorman

Murder on the Aisle by Ed Gorman
A Tobin Mystery
Publisher: Crossroad Press

This is the first of only two mysteries by this author to feature the television and film critic.

About Murder on the Aisle (from the publisher): Peeps takes movie reviewing to new heights of viciousness. On this prime-time TV show, two caustic critics look at the hits and misses among the new movies, trading wits, insults — even punches.

But even a series with high ratings like Peeps can stare at cancellation — not by the networks, but by murder. Because Dunphy has just been found with a knife in his back in the dressing room of Tobin, his co-host and sparring partner. The cops' script says Tobin — who'd secretly shared the affections of Dunphy's wife and brawled on air with Dunphy the night before — has the motivation for the part of star suspect. But for Tobin, the accusation is hardly entertaining, and he sets out to find the real killer in the cast.

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