Cut.Print.Kill. by Robert D. Kidera
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Gabe McKenna can hardly believe his luck when he has an opportunity to serve as historical adviser for a film starring his teenage crush, Simone St. Cyr. But pretty soon dead bodies are littering the film set … and he’s a prime suspect.
This thriller is also an interesting look at New Mexico’s very active film industry, where the author once made his living. The book is a splendid example of “write what you know,” combined with many twists, turns, and red herrings to keep the reader interested.
I didn’t see the ultimate “whodunnit” coming at all, which is kind of nice.
Highly recommended for those who enjoy thrillers, mysteries, and books set in the desert Southwest.
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