The Cinderella Killer

The Cinderella Killer

Book - 2014
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Landing a minor part in the Empire Theatre Eastbournes Christmas production of Cinderella, Charles Paris soon discovers that his main role is to gently introduce the show's baffled American star, famous sitcom actor Kenny Polizzi, to the bizarre customs of English pantomime. During their convivial sessions in the local pub, Charles finds himself increasingly caught up in Polizzi's tangled affairs as the American fends off a vengeful soon to be ex wife, an obsessed groupie, and a barely controlled drink problem. But Charles is about to be far more involved than he might wish when he stumbles across a body beneath Eastbourne Pier, a neat bullet hole in the centre of the forehead. As the world's press descends on Eastbourne, the pantomime rehearsals descend into chaos and he himself comes under suspicion, it's up to Charles to put his renowned sleuthing skills to the test to find out who really killed his fellow cast member and why.
Publisher: Sutton : Crème de la Crime, 2014.
Edition: First world edition.
ISBN: 9781780295466
Characteristics: 186 pages ; 23 cm.


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Jul 10, 2015

a nice mystery. some humor and some mystery. a little slow to start but it warms up

alexica Jul 16, 2014

I always look forward to Brett's Charles Paris' books . They are light mysteries, no dark, twisted characters, no serial murders, They take place in and around the theater (Charles is an actor) and Brett's own experience with actors and their milieu along with their foibles and flaws contributes to amusing descriptions of Charles' fellow players. Brett likes this group of people which makes reading his books so enjoyable.


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