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When murder comes to Hollywood, only a one-eyed private eye can spot the killer…

SHOOTING STAR: A famous movie star found dead on the set of his latest picture…drugs hastily disposed of at the scene of the crime…it’s the stuff of Tinseltown scandal and could ruin the investment Harry Bannock made in the dead man’s library of films. For help, Bannock turns to Mark Clayburn, a one-eyed private eye with his own history of scandals. But can Clayburn uncover the truth about Dick Ryan’s murder before time runs out for Ryan’s co-stars… and for Clayburn himself?

Even A Phony Fortune Teller Could See Danger In Her Future

SPIDERWEB: Eddie Haines came to Hollywood to work in television, not to become a phony self-help guru, collecting secrets from his wealthy clients in order to blackmail them. But that’s what Eddie has become, under the tutelage of Professor Otto Hermann, Ph.D., a vicious little man with dollar signs where his soul should be. It’s a lucrative set-up for both of them—until the day the professor pushes Eddie too far…

A double novel, from the author of Psycho, via Hard Case Crime

Witness To Myself

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He knew he was guilty… but of what?

Fifteen years ago, teenager Alan Benning jogged off a beach—and into a nightmare. Because what awaited him in the Cape Cod woods was an unspeakable temptation, a moment of panic, and a brutal memory that would haunt him for the rest of his life. Now a successful lawyer, Alan finds himself drawn back to the scene of the crime, desperate to learn the truth about what happened on that long-ago summer day. But even as he grapples with his own dark secrets, he finds himself hounded by a shadowy adversary—and by the forces of justice, drawing their net around him tighter by the day…

via Hard Case Crime