Item description for The Fourth Dimension Is Death (Felony & Mayhem Mysteries) (Sam Holt Mysteries) by Samuel Holt...
He's got buckets of money and two gorgeous girlfriends, but actor Sam Holt nevertheless deserves a little sympathy. He's no longer playing Packard, the TV-detective who made him famous, but he can t drum up another gig. And now some joker who looks like Holt is playing Packard in commercials for a chain of cut-rate grocery stores. No wonder Holt's a little peeved. Peevishness slides into paranoia when the joker gets his head bashed in just steps from Holt s front door. At first the cops like Holt as the murderer - was he peeved enough to do in his doppleganger? But when they start to see Holt as the intended victim, he takes matters into his own hands. Holt may never have been a real private-eye, but with bad guys gunning for him, he s got to channel Packard and ride to his own rescue.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 5.5" Height: 7.5" Weight: 0.68 lbs.
Release Date Dec 15, 2006
Publisher Felony & Mayhem
ISBN 193339756X ISBN13 9781933397566
Availability 1 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 24, 2016 12:10.
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More Westlake In A World That Needs All The Westlake It Can Get Jun 13, 2007
Donald Westlake's writing is a tonic. He is a great craftsman, a wonderful observer of modern life, a first-rate writer of dialogue, an engaging storyteller, a sneaky and brilliant plotter and a tremendously funny fellow. His four books written under the name of 'Samuel Holt' are smart, light and engaging; wonderful diversions that don't feel like a waste of time when the book is finished. Grab a Sam Holt and take a break. Spend some time with a master writer who just wants to have a little fun.