A Location Scout MysteryBook - 1992
While striving to rebuild his career and reputation in Hollywood, John Pelham heads to Cleary, New York, to scout out a location for a new film and instead encounters deadly resistance from small town folk.
While striving to rebuilt his career and reputation in Hollywood, John Pelham heads to Cleary, New York, to scout out a location for a new film and instead encounters deadly resistance from small town folk. Reprint.
Simon and Schuster
New York Times bestselling author
created the acclaimed blockbusters The Devil's Teardrop and The Coffin Dancer. Here he showcases his superb talent for "ticking-bomb suspense" (People) in this Edgar Award-nominated novel
Location scouting is to the film business what Switzerland is to war. John Pellam had been in the trenches of filmmaking, with a promising Hollywood career -- until a tragedy sidetracked him. Now he's a location scout, who travels the country in search of shooting sites for films. When he rides down Main Street, locals usually clamor for their chance at fifteen minutes of fame. But in a small town in upstate New York, Pellam experiences a very different reception -- his illusionary world is shattered by a savage murder, and Pellam is suddenly center stage in an unfolding drama of violence, lust, and conspiracy, which have a stranglehold on this less-than-picture-perfect locale.