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The Sepia Siren Killer (Lindsey & Plum #4)

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With each case that he handles, claims adjuster Hobart Lindsey finds himself new trouble and wins himself new admirers. Now Bart is in for a taste of old Hollywood when the little man who shows up with an ancient insurance policy turns out to be "Speedy" MacReedy, director of the lost classic The Werewolf of Harlem.
Hardcover, 261 pages
Published October 1st 1994 by St. Martin's Press
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Jul 27, 2012 Mike rated it really liked it
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This book is the fourth in the series (it comes after “The Bessie Blue Killer”) and I found it to be as engaging and as well-written as the previous volume. I am giving this a “4” based on the writing, plotting and minutia that the author incorporates into it. As in most of his books, the writing is tight, the characters realistic, and the storyline engaging.

As noted in my review of “The Bessie Blue Killer”, the lead characters get embroiled in mysteries that revolve around significant trivia an
Dec 21, 2012 Ralph rated it really liked it
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Richard Lupoff's book is entertaining for the mystery fan, but it is fascinating for fans of old cinema, especially that much-neglected sub-genre, Black Cinema. Even ardent cinemaniacs are often ignorant that from the beginning of the 20th Century to just after desegregation colored movie houses screened films for colored audiences that featured colored casts, made by colored film crews. Black actors in regular film productions (whether by major or "poverty row" studios)usually filled the "race" ...more
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Richard Allen "Dick" Lupoff (born February 21, 1935 in Brooklyn, New York) is an American science fiction and mystery author, who has also written humor, satire, non-fiction and reviews. In addition to his two dozen novels and more than 40 short stories, he has also edited science-fantasy anthologies. He is an expert on the writing of Edgar Rice Burroughs and has an equally strong interest in H. ...more
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