Her quirky assignment: solve a famous cold-case mystery for a magazine article. Then the killer reawakens.
Offbeat writer Kenny Rubin lands a freelance job to figure out who killed actress Melinda Rivers five years earlier. And she’s supposed to do it before the airing of a TV movie on the same subject.
Many of the people involved in the filming knew Melinda, and one might be the murderer. As Kenny investigates, people start dying around her. Will she be next?
She has another tough challenge: bipolar disorder makes her perceptions unreliable. Will she recognize the killer before she plays right into his hands?
Alreaders.com said: “The story line is fast-paced … a wonderful Hollywood mystery.” Jacqueline Diamond, the USA Today bestselling author of the Safe Harbor Medical Mysteries, is a former Associated Press news and entertainment reporter in Los Angeles.
Targeted Age Group:: General adult
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
My experiences as a reporter and TV columnist for The Associated Press in Los Angeles provided a wealth of background for Danger Music. The choice of a heroine with bipolar disorder sprang from my relationship with a close friend who struggled with this condition.