For years Hollywood has buzzed with rumors of a curse on the actors who worked on the '50s classic film Rebel Without a Cause, a curse that caused them to die tragically and young. It started with James Dean crashing his Porsche, then Nick Adams's overdose, Sal Mineo's murder, and Natalie Wood's drowning. But what if it wasn't a curse? Neil Gulliver and Stevie Marriner chase after the truth.
|Publisher:||Robert S. Levinson|
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About the Author
ROBERT S. LEVINSON, bestselling author of eight novels, The Traitor in Us All, In the Key of Death, Where the Lies Begin, Ask a Dead Man, Hot Paint, The James Dean Affair, The John Lennon Affair, The Elvis and Marilyn Affair. A regular contributor to Alfred Hitchcock and Ellery Queen mystery magazines. Cited annual EQMM Awards poll three times. His Hitchcock short story, "The Quick Brown Fox," a 2009 Derringer Award winner. His fiction has appeared in “year’s best” anthologies six consecutive years, non-fiction in Rolling Stone, Writers Guild of America’s Written By Magazine, Los Angeles Magazine, Westways Magazine, Autograph Magazine. His ninth novel, A Rhumba in Waltz Time, scheduled for August 2011. More: robertslevinson.com.