Making A Killing by Warren Dunford

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When we left him at the end of Soon to be a Major Motion Picture, struggling screenwriter Mitchell Draper was happy to have escaped with his life from his last assignment. But that doesn't stop him from digging into a 20-year-old murder-suicide as meat for a new screenplay that might net him $800,000 from a sexy movie producer who seems just as interested in Mitchell as in his story. Once again, novelist Warren Dunford has created a hilariously satirical study of celebrity culture that pokes good-natured fun both at the insiders and those on the outside desperate to get in.

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Soon to be a Major Motion Picture

TP 12.95, 1-55583-582-1 USA

About Warren Dunford

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Published January 1, 2001 by Penguin Books. 323 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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New characters are especially well drawn, notably dying designer Cortland McPhee, aging sexpot Gabriella Hartman ("one of Entertainment Weekly's 101 Stars Who Just Won't Give Up") and her Thelma Ritter–like psychic adviser Jane Choy.

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