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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 HollywoodHow 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....

Title : Kill Me Again
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ISBN : 9781932325027
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 304 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Kill Me Again Reviews

  • Katie
    2019-01-06 16:43

    This is the first book of my uncle's Scott Elliott series. While so far I like Owen Keane better than Scott Elliott, I won't judge him too early since I've lived with Owen Keane for years already. Set in post WWII Hollywood, this series has a totally different flavor to it. I enjoyed the story, it kept me guessing all the way through. My cousin Mike tells me the next book, "Come Back Dead," is a real doosey. Uncle Terry won a Shamus Award for that book. Can't wait! Also, my dad helped with the book cover art of this book. :)

  • Robert
    2019-01-19 11:52

    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, and the remake. Terence Faherty is a master mystery writer, and his Scott Elliott series is especially rewarding for those who like Hollywood. He has a great sense of the time and the place. Really top notch.

  • Chris
    2019-01-12 12:10

    Anyone who enjoys the American Movie Classics channel should be reading Faherty's Scott Elliott mysteries. Faherty's not recycling the "hard-boiled" cliches that drove so many B-movies, he's reworking them in a witty and evocative way. It's exciting to see Hollywood through Elliott's eyes.

  • Darilyn DeMaria
    2019-01-21 17:07

    This is book 1 in a series of 6 Scott Elliott Mystery books. I want to read them in order, but I am interested in the old Hollywood theme running throughout the summaries. Will let you know!

  • Robyn
    2019-01-03 14:59

    Very different from the Owen Keane mysteries, but still quite fun, especially if you're a fan of old Hollywood.