Final Edit by Robert A. Carter

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Nicholas Barlow, an erudite, successful book publisher, dislikes editor Parker Foxcroft--an arrogant, ruthless womanizer and literary snob, but whose authors bring in prestige and literary prizes--until somebody kills him and Barlow has to do something besides applaud silently.

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Published November 29, 2009 by Mysterious Press. 287 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Nick, on learning that the police think him a prime suspect (he'd told off Parker very publicly at the last ABA convention), investigates, only to find even more suspicious characters falling out of trees: the bestselling author who suddenly takes it into his head to write a mystery and wants to ...

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This second outing for bon-vivant publisher Nicholas Barlow, who made his debut in Casual Slaughters , is, like its predecessor, loaded with sly fun for book people (it even begins at an ABA show in Washington).

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