Cut, Paste, Kill by Marshall Karp
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Cut, Paste, Kill Summary
When Eleanor Bellingham-Crump - a socialite responsible for the death of a ten-year-old boy - turns up murdered on the floor of a Hollywood hotel bathroom, Lomax and Biggs are confronted with a crime of artistic brutality. Along with the scissors sticking out of Eleanors lifeless body, the two detectives find a meticulous scrapbook documenting a motive for vengeance in lurid detail.
Cut, Paste, Kill Reviews
"Starred Review. Karp offers multiple twists that will keep most readers guessing until the end, and balances the grim plot with Biggss inexhaustible supply of genuinely humorous one-liners." - Publishers Weekly
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Marshall Karp Author Biography
Marshall Karp's writing career has spanned a wide range of fields, from
advertising and marketing to television, screen, and stage. He is the author of
the play Squabbles and the screenwriter for the 2000 film Just Looking.
He has written four novels featuring the detective team of Lomax and Biggs: The Rabbit Factory, Bloodthirsty, Flipping Out and Cut, Paste, Kill.. Karp lives in the Mid-Hudson Valley of New York.
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