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Who Framed Boris Karloff?

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It is 1938 and there is murder afoot on the set of Son of Frankenstein Boris Karloff has been framed for murder! He joins forces with Basil Rathbone, in full Sherlockian mode, and a gleeful Bela Lugosi. It s a case of the legends of horror meet the three stooges as our daring heroes search for a missing movie mogul and end up crossing swords with the Hollywood Mob.
Hardcover, 288 pages
Published January 1st 2007 by Midnight Marquee PR
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Don Weiss
Feb 28, 2017 rated it really liked it
Three titans of terror team up to solve a real-life mystery in Dwight Kemper’s vivid imagining of the making of SON OF FRANKENSTEIN. While Basil Rathbone, Boris Karloff, and Bela Lugosi are busy filming their latest motion picture, a grisly murder occurs on the set and Karloff is implicated as the killer. With Rathbone and Lugosi at his side, Karloff is determined to clear himself and discover the identity of the real murderer, propelling the trio on a case in which they uncover the secrets of m ...more
Charles Prepolec
Jan 08, 2012 rated it really liked it
It's late 1938 and Boris Karloff finds himself in the frame when he stumbles across the body of an overbearing studio exec on the set of Son of Frankenstein. The belligerent 'fixer' Eddie (The Bulldog) Mannix is called in to cover it up, but Boris, being the fine English gent that he is, enlists his co-stars Basil Rathbone and Bela Lugosi to uncover the real killer. Our terrifying trio find themselves drawn ever deeper into a story of mixed identities, mob connections and Hollywood studio politi ...more
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