The Fame Thief (Junior Bender #3) de Timothy Hallinan

The Fame Thief (Junior Bender #3)

deTimothy Hallinan

livre numérique Kobo | 2 juillet 2013 | Anglais

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THE HIGHLY ANTICIPATED, LAUGH-OUT-LOUD THRID INSTALLMENT
OF THE FAN-FAVORITE JUNIOR BENDER MYTERIES

 
There are not many people brave enough to say no to Irwin Dressler, Hollywood’s scariest mob boss-turned-movie king. Even though Dressler is ninety-three years old, LA burglar Junior Bender is quaking in his boots when Dressler’s henchman haul him in for a meeting. Dressler wants Junior to solve a “crime” he believes was committed more than seventy years ago, when an old friend of his, once-famous starlet Dolores La Marr, had her career destroyed after compromising photos were taken of her at a Los Vegas party. Dressler wants justice for Dolores and the shining career she never had.
 
Junior can’t help but think the whole thing is a little crazy. After all, it’s been seventy years. Even if someone did set Dolores up for a fall from grace back then, they’re probably long dead now. But he can't say no to Irwin Dressler (no one can, really). So he starts digging. And what he finds is that some vendettas never die—they only get more dangerous.

Titre :The Fame Thief (Junior Bender #3)Format :livre numérique KoboPublié le :2 juillet 2013Publié par :Soho PressLangue :Anglais

Les ISBN ci-dessous sont associés à ce titre :

ISBN - 10 :1616952814

ISBN - 13 :9781616952815

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THE HIGHLY ANTICIPATED, LAUGH-OUT-LOUD THRID INSTALLMENTOF THE FAN-FAVORITE JUNIOR BENDER MYTERIESThere are not many people brave enough to say no to Irwin Dressler, Hollywood’s scariest mob boss-turned-movie king. Even though Dressler is ninety-three years old, LA burglar Junior Bender is quaking in his boots when Dressler’s henchman haul him in for a meeting. Dressler wants Junior to solve a “crime” he believes was committed more than seventy years ago, when an old friend of his, once-famous starlet Dolores La Marr, had her career destroyed after compromising photos were taken of her at a Los Vegas party. Dressler wants justice for Dolores and the shining career she never had.Junior can’t help but think the whole thing is a little crazy. After all, it’s been seventy years. Even if someone did set Dolores up for a fall from grace back then, they’re probably long dead now. But he can't say no to Irwin Dressler (no one can, really). So he starts digging. And what he finds is that some vendettas never die—they only get more dangerous.