Synopses & Reviews
Seduction, black-market booze, burglary, and murder-not your ordinary fare for a division of peacekeeping officers, but Hollywood
isn't your ordinary town. When a couple of LAPD cops find themselves caught up with a certain femme fatale, they're in for trouble. Meet Margot Aziz, the beautiful, soon-to-be-ex wife of Ali Aziz, proprietor of a Sunset Boulevard strip club. Ali has his diamond-studded fingers in multiple shady business deals-and he wants his lovely wife dead. Enter Hollywood Nate Weiss, a cop hungry for stardom and looking for love. Nate works alongside a squad of L.A.
's finest, including a duo of suntanned surfer cops, two tenacious women officers, and a wily veteran. As they all discover, Hollywood
always deceives you, and love always comes packing heat.
"You won't want to put this one down, but you won't want to finish it too quickly, either. You will want to savor every beautifully choreographed scene and every hilarious exchange of dialogue. And you'll need a few moments to catch your breath between laughs. Joseph Wambaugh is a true master."--Peter Robinson, author of Friend of the Devil and Aftermath
The master of crime fiction is back with a gripping sequel to the #1 bestselling "Hollywood Station"--a tightly plotted and darkly funny tale filled with seduction, black-market booze, a femme fatale, and murder.
About the Author
Joseph Wambaugh, a former LAPD detective sergeant, is the #1 New York Times
bestselling author of seventeen previous works of fiction and nonfiction, including The Choirboys
and The Onion Field
. In 2004, he was named Grand Master by the Mystery Writers of America. He lives in southern California