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The Red Carpet at Cannes: A Murder -at -the -Movies Mystery

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Hollywood New Times film critic Ryan Hackbart is whisked down the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival, dragged in by the French National Police as a suspect in the murder of the lead actress of the festival's opening-night film. Interrogated but released, Ryan is still considered a prime suspect. His passport confiscated, and now hounded by the world media, Ryan's movie ...more
Kindle Edition, 235 pages
Published May 6th 2019
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Jody ~ Reading To Live A Thousand More Lives
What an intriguing journey Mr. Byrge will take you on, into the dark world of the rich and famous. From sex, drugs, and celebrities to murder. This novel has a little bit of everything to keep you amused. I enjoyed this journey into the world of the rich and richer, with its humor, mystery and adventure, I felt like I was right there at the film festival. An evening of entertainment you won't want to miss.
Duane-Paul Byrge
Very entertaining. I was hooked from the very beginning, and especially enjoyed the humor.
The descriptions were vivid and very atmospheric. It makes me want to go to Cannes.
Karen Mann
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