Someone is killing the A-List actors of Hollywood, shooting them dead, and leaving a defaced DVD of one of their films at the crime scene. Enter Detective Second Class Frank Callahan, a big, tough, rough and tumble sort of guy who happens to be gay. Follow him and his fellow Irish Catholic sidekick, Barry, as they pursue the elusive DVD killer over the streets of Hollywood, through gay bars, bath houses and cruising grounds, on a chase around Magic Mountain Amusement Park, Forest Lawn, Sunset Strip and other L.A. landmarks. Witness Callahan's evolution from a seeker of personal glory to team player, his monumental showdown with a gay-bashing rival detective, the brutish Moose Koehler, and his reunion with his estranged lover, a fascinating character named Car. In the end, it's good, old-fashioned police work with an assist from Barry's Aunt Bee, a walking encyclopedia of film lore that leads to the killer's downfall in an exciting climax reminiscent of Hollywood's legendary gangster films.He would just have to catch the killer so he could look for Car, even if he didna#39;t want to take him back. He would have to hurry though; his ... Yes, it was a Honda, a Honda Civic, as Callahan had guessed, but it was a much older model than he thought. aNo, ita#39;s a much earlier model than a 2000 or 2001, a the blond haired man at the service desk said. aThe four door sedan with a choice of manual or automatic transmissions first came out in 1992. The car in the photo looks larger than aanbsp;...
|Title||:||The DVD Murders|
|Publisher||:||Bob Frey - 2009-01|