Bliss Jumps the Gun by Bob Sloan
A Lenny Bliss Mystery

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When a young Off-Broadway actor is found murdered on stage and an unstable young Chinese girl makes off with his gun, Bliss must weed through a wealth of suspects, from the director to the dead man's wealthy parents.
 

About Bob Sloan

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Bob Sloan is the author of several cookbooks and a previous mystery, Bliss. He lives in New York City.
 
Published July 1, 1999 by Foul Play Pr. 279 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Education & Reference. Fiction

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And now Ward's riding high, because the murder of St. Petersburg dentist Elena Koroshekvesy, last seen turning tricks in the Big Apple, and the taunting phone calls Bliss has been getting from whoever killed another prostitute and left her body in an obliging dumpster, are nasty enough material f...

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Bliss's wife, Rachel, is also bitten by the funny bug, and Sloan subjects readers to bits of her act, an abysmal routine lamenting the pitfalls of being a cop's mate.

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Stressed to the max, Lenny Bliss (first seen in Bliss) bungees off the Brooklyn Bridge late one night.

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