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A Study in Starlets : Gini Koch
A Study in Starlets
Pages: 128
ISBN (Mobi): 9781849979740
ISBN (Epub): 9781849979740
Digital Download Available in ePub & Mobi Formats
£2.99

Release date: 11 Sep 2015

Sherlock Holmes and her new partner Dr. John Watson are settling in as roommates and consulting detectives in their new home in Los Angeles, when notorious reality starlet Irene Adler comes to call, asking for their help solving an extraordinary—and embarrassing—theft.
As a thoroughly smitten Watson closes the door on Adler’s back, TV producers Joey Jackson and Tony Antonelli call on the pair. Their partner, Cliff Camden, has disappeared without a trace on the eve of filming for the new show; rumour has it he’s taken off with their money. The LAPD aren’t interested and Watson has nothing but contempt for the three, but Holmes takes the case.
As they pick their way amongst the grumbling crew, the neurotic actors and the low-level sleaze that permeates the city, it starts to become clear the two cases are connected—when a murder turns everything on its head...
A Study in Starlets is the second of three new novellas following on from the stories in Two Hundred and Twenty-One Baker Streets. Includes the story “All the Single Ladies.”
About The Author : Gini Koch
Although she’s best known for science fiction, paranormal, horror, and fantasy, Gini Koch’s first literary love is mystery and suspense, and her first literary crush, at the tender age of 7, was on Sherlock Holmes. Gini writes the fast, fresh and funny Alien/Katherine “Kitty” Katt series for DAW Books, the Necropolis Enforcement Files series, and the Martian Alliance Chronicles series for Musa Publishing, and as G.J. Koch she writes the Alexander Outland series. Gini’s made the most of multiple personality disorder by writing under a variety of other pen names as well, including Anita Ensal, Jemma Chase, A.E. Stanton, and J.C. Koch. Her dark secret is that pretty much everything she writes has a mystery in it – because mysteries are the spice of literary life.