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by Rochelle Majer Krich,Michael Mallory,Lisa Seidman
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  • Author:
    Rochelle Majer Krich,Michael Mallory,Lisa Seidman
  • ISBN:
    1929976194
  • ISBN13:
    978-1929976195
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  • Publisher:
    Top Pubns Ltd (November 1, 2002)
  • Pages:
    221 pages
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    Contemporary
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Michael Mallory (born in Port Huron, Michigan in 1955) is a writer on the . Murder on Sunset Boulevard (anthology).

Michael Mallory (born in Port Huron, Michigan in 1955) is a writer on the subjects of animation and post-war pop culture, and the author of the books X-Men: The Characters and Their Universe, Universal Studios Monsters: A Legacy of Horror The Science Fiction Universe and Beyond, and Essential Horror Movies Murder on Sunset Boulevard (anthology). The Sacred White Elephant of Mandalay" (2010, published in Sherlock Holmes: The American Years).

lt;< Previous bookNext book . Murder on Sunset Boulevard. Used availability for Rochelle Krich's Murder on Sunset Boulevard. November 2002 : USA Paperback.

Krich, Rochelle Majer; Mallory, Michael; Seidman, Lisa; Sister in Crime.

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Tuesday, February 17. 11:40 . Corner of Vermont Avenue and Sunset Boulevard

Tuesday, February 17. Corner of Vermont Avenue and Sunset Boulevard. A robber approached the victim from behind and put a knife to her stomach. Stabbings, even fatal ones, are not uncommon in Los Angeles. For almost six years she has been obsessed by the mystery of her best friend's murder: If she had been with Aggie, would the killer have chosen another victim? Will the killer ever be caught? When Molly's LAPD pal Detective Andy Connors shows her a locket found on the body of a dead man, suddenly the case seems solved. Molly had given that locket to Aggie.

Sunset Boulevard Lyrics. Sure, I came out here To make my name Wanted my pool, my dose of fame Wanted my parking space at Warners'. But, after a year A one-room hell A murphy bed A rancid smell Wallpaper peeling at the corners

Sunset Boulevard Lyrics. But, after a year A one-room hell A murphy bed A rancid smell Wallpaper peeling at the corners. Sunset Boulevard Twisting boulevard Secretive and rich, a little scary. Sunset Boulevard Tempting boulevard Waiting there to swallow the unwary. Dreams are not enough To win a war Out here they're always keeping score Beneath the tan, the battle rages.

Rochelle Majer Krich (Author). Krich quickly pulls together all the elements of a superior mystery. She establishes conflict, provides a murder victim, and then demonstrates heroine Debra Laslow's connection to the murder. Successful LA attorney Laslow is horrified after fellow attorney Madeline is mutilated. When her best friend Susan, also an attorney, meets the same fate, the tragedy hits home.

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It was in a desolate area of the Hollywood flats, next door to two empty lots. He noticed a couple of junkyard dogs sniffing around. r than he had assumed, and. r than he had assumed, and the second was that he was a snob for thinking like that. He didn’t like to think of himself as a snob. The patch of garden in front of the house was full of weeds and rotting plastic furniture. Did Taj really live here? He walked up to the door and rang the bell. He heard some yelling from inside- GET THE DOOR!.

Michael Mallory has also written a number of non-fiction books about science fiction, horror, superhero and vampire movies and associate . Sisters in Crime Los Angeles Chapter.

Michael Mallory has also written a number of non-fiction books about science fiction, horror, superhero and vampire movies and associate culture. These books fall outside the scope of this page. Michael Mallory: Novels and story collections. The Adventures of the Second Mrs. Watson.

Murder on Sunset Boulevard: Sister in Crime / LA Chapter

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Using Sunset Boulevard - the "Boulevard of Dreams" -- as a setting, 12 Los Angeles-based writers contributed stories to this anthology. There are Author Biographies at the end.

As a sample, here are two stories I especially enjoyed.

**"Neither Tarnished Nor Afraid" by Gay Toltl Kinman.
It's July 1, 1942 and Officer Agnes Graham is walking her beat on Sunset. An Olds pulls up, a man gets out, lights a cigarette and hands her a business card that reads "Philip Marlowe, Private Investigator." He's looking for Gladys Murgatroyd, who lives on Graham's beat. Seems the Mob considers Murgatroyd a juror they can control in a murder trial now underway. Marlowe thinks the Mob will kill Murgatroyd when the trial ends and he needs Graham's help to prevent such a murder.

Graham reluctantly goes along, with Marlowe making one concession: He calls her "partner" instead of "sweetheart." Marlowe knows all the tricks and together they devise a workable plan. Case over, Graham says she's always heard Marlowe is "neither tarnished nor afraid." He replies, "Don't believe everything you hear," waves, and drives off, not into the sunset, but up the Boulevard.

**"L.A. Late @Night" by Paul D. Marks
Cassie, a star defense lawyer, meets the press after film producer Ronald Aberdeen is acquitted of murder. She's Hollywood Cassie, whose biggest sin is that she wins cases. The trial left loose ends, such as mysterious fibers found around the victim's neck, but it's over. Cassie finishes the press conference and heads to Café Noir for a drink.

A detective named Larry bumps into her, maybe accidentally, maybe on purpose. They trade barbs and each goes home alone. Next day a grateful Aberdeen visits Cassie and offers her a large cash tip. When she refuses the cash he gives her a Yamura silk scarf. On a hunch Cassie takes the scarf and the fiber report on the murder victim to a lab for analysis.

Back at Café Noir, Larry bumps into Cassie again and she tells him about the fiber match. Larry's thought is, Sometimes there's a legal decision and sometimes there's justice. They decide to give the lady with the blindfold and scales a little nudge ...

The books in this series are:
#1, MURDER BY 13, Intrigue Press 1998;
#2, A DEADLY DOZEN, Uglytown Productions 2000;
#3, MURDER ON SUNSET BLVD, Top Publications 2002;
#4, LANDMARKED FORMURDER, Murder Top Publications 2006;
#5, MURDER IN LA-LA Land, Top Publications 2010.
Modar
A fun - if one can say that about murder - selection of stories set along or near the famous Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles. As the book progresses through the various stories, we head from Sunset's origins at Union Station in downtown L.A. toward its terminus at the Pacific Ocean. Especially notable are Dale Furutani's "Extreme Prejudice," about more than one kind of "extreme" prejudice in Los Angeles' Silverlake district, "Three Killings and a Favor," by Joan Wates, about a hitman with a heart and a favor to spare, and Paul D. Marks' "L.A. Late @ Night," a story that uses Sunset Boulevard itself as a major character in a tale about a defense attorney's regret and redemption. The other stories vary in quality and in their use of Sunset, some hardly mentioning it, others giving it more time and space. But all in all a good collection for mystery lovers.
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A fun - if one can say that about murder - selection of stories set along or near the famous Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles. As the book progresses, we head from Sunset's origins at Union Station in downtown L.A. toward its terminus at the Pacific Ocean. Especially notable are Dale Furutani's "Extreme Prejudice," about more than one kind of "extreme" prejudice in Los Angeles' Silverlake district, "Three Killings and a Favor," by Joan Wates, about a hitman with a heart and a favor to spare, and Paul D. Marks' "L.A. Late @ Night," a story that uses Sunset Boulevard itself as a major character in a tale about a defense attorney's regret and redemption. The other stories vary in quality and in their use of Sunset, some hardly mentioning it, others giving it more time and space. But all in all a good collection for mystery lovers.