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Disappearing Nightly by Laura Resnick
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Nov 22, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: cozy-mystery, fantasy, humour, magic, mystery, series-book, urban-fantasy
Read in November, 2011

Think UF-light in this first Esther Diamond book. Esther, a starving actress in NYC finds herself thrust into the shoes of the star of her show, said star having disappeared from them while performing in a magic act for the off-off-off Broadway show "Sorceror!" The only problem is--the missing star was the first of several people to go missing--and now our fearless heroine is being warned not to step into the magic (crystal) booth. General strangeness occurs as Esther finds out that there really ARE things that "go-bump-in-the-night" out there and that she just might be the next scheduled victim of one of those things.

Funny cast of zany characters, altho the mystery part wasn't really a mystery. I'd figured out "whodunit" by the end of the scene where the perp showed up. Still, well worth reading and it contained some genuine lol moments.

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