The Midnight Show Murders by Al Roker
A Billy Blessing Novel

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BONUS: This edition contains an excerpt from Al Roker and Dick Lochte's The Talk Show Murders.

Professional chef turned amateur sleuth Billy Blessing finds himself in hot water when a brutal killing cancels a TV show—and its host—during its debut.

Billy has reluctantly agreed to fly westward and play second banana on a new late-night talk show hosted by comic Desmond O’Day in Los Angeles, a city that brings up bad memories. Twenty years ago, Billy had accused obnoxious chef Roger Charbonnet of murder there. A tricked-up alibi freed Roger, who vowed vengeance—and Billy’s arrival in the City of Angels just may give Roger his chance. When a deadly explosion during a TV taping kills more than Desmond’s chance at high ratings, Billy is convinced that he was the intended target. With politics, infidelity, and high finance sprinkled in, the case turns out to have more ingredients than Billy could ever have imagined. And when a beautiful female TV producer convinces Billy to find the culprit himself—on camera—the table’s set for a conspiracy with too many cooks and far too many killers.
 

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Al Roker is known to over thirty million TV viewers and is the recipient of thirteen Emmy® Awards, ten of which he won for his work on NBC's Today show. He is a New York Times bestselling author, lives in Manhattan with his wife, ABC News and 20/20 correspondent Deborah Roberts, and has two daughters and a son. Author website: roker.com
 
Published November 23, 2010 by Delacorte Press. 386 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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But Gretchen Di Voss, Billy’s current boss, wants Billy out on the West Coast as guest announcer for the debut of WBN’s late-night entry O’Day At Night, featuring Irish comic-of-the-moment Desmond O’Day.

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Just a year after her fiancé was murdered and after she was falsely accused of killing two of her patients, she is grilled by a sadistic TV host who wants to talk about those events.

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