Casual Slaughters by Robert A. Carter

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When his star author turns up dead and his million-dollar manuscript disappears, publisher Nicholas Barlow helps homicide detective Lt. Scanlon search for clues, with Nick's bedridden brother masterminding the investigation from Connecticut.

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Published November 1, 1992 by Mysterious Pr. 266 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Walker's Nero Wolfean publisher Nicholas Barlow, concerned about losing the lead title from his fall list, turns detective with the help of his attractive ex-wife Margo, his brainy wheelchair-bound brother Tim, a homicide detective looking to turn novelist, and a foot-high stack of lovable tics f...

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A civilized publisher, a squirrely agent, a rugged movie star and a dead celebrity biographer prove that the book trade can be murderous in this vigorous and sexy mystery.

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