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Shoot by Loren D. Estleman (Hardcover, 2016) First Edition

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Shoot by Loren D. Estleman (First Edition)

Shoot: the latest in Loren D. Estleman's Valentino mysteries!

Valentino, a mild-manner film archivist at UCLA and sometime film detective, is at the closing party for the Red Montana and Dixie Day museum when he is approached by no less than his hero and man-of-the-hour Red Montana, western film and television star.

Red tells Valentino that he is being blackmailed over the existence of a blue film that his wife, now known throughout the world as the wholesome Dixie Day and the other half of the Montana/Day power couple, made early in her career. With Dixie on her deathbed, Red is desperate to save her the embarrassment of the promised scandal, and offers Valentino a deal-find the movie, and he can have Red's lost film, Sixgun Sonata, that Red has been hiding away in his archives. Don't accept, and the priceless reel will go up in flames.

Feeling blackmailed himself, Valentino agrees and begins to dig. In the surreal world of Hollywood, what is on screen is rarely reality. As he races to uncover the truth before time runs out, his heroes begin their fall from grace. Valentino desperately wants to save Sixgun Sonata...but at what cost?


Format: Hardback | 240 pages

Dimensions (cm): 21.7 x 14.5  x 2.1 | 352g

Publication Date: 09 Feb 2016

Publisher: Tom Doherty Associates

Imprint: Forge Books

Publication City/Country: New York, United States

Language: English

Edition Number: 1

ISBN10: 0765380455

ISBN13: 9780765380456


Condition: Very Good

An ex-library book that has been read but is in excellent condition. No obvious damage to the cover, with the dust jacket include and in very good condition, and a plastic dust jacket over it. There is a sticker on the spine and a green strip of paper with the details of the East Baton Rouge Parish Library along the bottom of the back cover. The plastic dust jacket dust jacket can be removed if desired. No missing or damaged pages, no creases or tears, and no underlining/highlighting of text or writing in the margins. There is a cardboard sleeve glued on to the bottom of the last page, used to hold library cards. Very minimal wear and tear.