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Publisher's Summary

Mitch O'Reilly, has been hired by big time Hollywood director T.J. Mooney to follow his son Austin, who is starting an acting career without riding the coattails of his powerful father. 

T.J. isn't happy his beloved son has changed his last name and chooses to live in a sketchy apartment and not the family mansion in Bel Air.

To Mitch, it's another routine stakeout until Austin’s body is found on the hill below the Hollywood sign. Was the body left there to send a message? If so, deciphering that message could lead Mitch to solving the crime.

©2020 Brad Shreve (P)2021 Brad Douglas Shreve

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Really good

A new author for me and one I'll keep reading/listening.

Mitch O'Reilly is an excellent character, he feels very real real: his struggle, his anger, his pain... an intricate, complex character to whom you can't help to empathize with. The secondary characters are also good ones in their own right and I really liked them.

The mystery was really interesting and well done, my only complain is that, even when it was pointed out that moving the body to the point in which it was found would have been a difficult task, the reasons to do it so are never explained.

But as I said, it was a really good story and I look forward to read more by this author.

Oh, and Theo Sinclair's narration was superb.

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Too much single character focus

As a character, Mitch is just not that interesting and totally self absorbed. Tired of reading about characters myriad of issues at the expense of the mystery.