Murder on the Aisle
audiobook (Unabridged) ∣ The 1987 Mystery Writers of America Anthology
By Mary Higgins Clark
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Prepare to be entertained by a host of Hollywood actors reading the finest collection of short mystery stories surrounding the world of entertainment. We invite you, to sit back and become the audience, not only in an aisle in the theater, but also in the bleacher seats, a box seat at the races, or a seat at a movie house. Revival in Eastport by Jon L. Breen: The story invites you into the critic's corner. Hear why a favorable review can be a life threatening experience. The Enjoyment of an Artist by Gordon Bennett writing as Isak Romun: A frightening hoax for a famed pianist who cannot complete his concert because his piano explodes on stage. A Break in the Film by John F. Suter: The ritual of going to the hometown movie theater on a Saturday afternoon proves that not all the excitement, intrigue and romance happens on the silver screen. Gee Whiz, My Lovely by Betty Buchanan: A bouncy private investigator is invited by a "gorgeous nut" to find an elusive figure named Harvey. It Was Bad Enough by Ron Goulart: The tragic story of a comedian making his career comeback learns his ex-wife's tell-all book is about to be filmed. Snookered by Gerald Tomlinson: The story of a new breed of football coach and a team the sportswriters can't ignore. The Waste Pile at Apple Bowl by Joan Richter: A top television news reporter covers a coalmining disaster and a young woman's family has been among the victims. A Slip of the Lip by Lawrence Treat: The tale of a murdered betrayed by his musical training. The Double Death of Nell Quigley by J.F. Peirce: A lady of the evening offers her favors to one too many suitors. Death of a Princess by Joyce Harrington: A valiant effort to stave off death. Saturday's Shadow by William F. Nolan: A moviegoer's world known only by the characters created on the screen, explores the dark side of the compulsive movie stuff. New York, New York by Thomas Adcock: The story of what happens when an actor's dream of glory remains just that. Captain Leopold Goes to the Dogs by Edward D. Hoch: The Captain doesn't get a chance to take his winnings home from the dog races. The Last Escape by Henry Slesar: A chilling magical experience. Two chances to watch a magician's performance.