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Killed in Fringe Time (Matt Cobb Mysteries #2)

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Matt Cobb, troubleshooter extraordinaire, must track a killer when a talk-show host goes off the air permanently

In television production, “fringe time” refers to the period after the late-night news before the morning shows begin—the time when anything could happen. For Matt Cobb, a VP charged with getting “The Network” out of jams, fringe time is especially fraught, becau
ebook, 228 pages
Published December 18th 2012 by Road (first published May 31st 1994)
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William L. DeAndrea (1952–1996) was born in Port Chester, New York. While working at the Murder Ink bookstore in New York City, he met mystery writer Jane Haddam, who became his wife. His first book, Killed in the Ratings (1978), won an Edgar Award in the best first mystery novel category. That debut launched a series centered on Matt Cobb, an executive problem-solver for a TV network who unravels ...more
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