"Who knew television was such a bloodbath? Al Roker's fictional celebrity chef-turned-sleuth, Billy Blessing, finds himself in the midst of murder once again in this sequel to “The Morning Show Murders.”
My love affair with Los Angeles began to wane twenty-three years ago, the morning a cleaning crew found Tiffany Arden's body in a dumpster behind Chez Anisette, a very popular restaurant of the day. Her head had been pulverized. If you're ghoulish enough to want a more detailed description than that, then go ahead and Google the media coverage of the murder.
There was a lot of it.
Much of it was accurate. Some was not. For example, it was widely reported that her murderer was unknown. Not true. I was pretty sure I knew who he was. And I knew that he was still at large, enjoying a rich, full life in the City of Angels.
'Just listen ta this, Billy.' The gruff but lilting voice of Irish pop singer-guita"
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Tuesday, November 23, 2010
Al Roker gets mysterious with ‘Midnight Show Murders’ - Books - fiction - TODAYshow.com: