There's a $10,000 reward for solving the crime -- It could be yours!
The sensational killings that have rocked the seemingly untouchable world of international jet-setters and powerful glitterati appear to be unrelated -- but former police detective Kim Carlyle senses there's a thread connecting them all. After one of Kim's clients, celebrated chanteuse Tiffany Jones, is slain backstage during a performance at the Apollo Theater, the savvy and beautiful Carlyle pieces together the clues. And what she discovers is a scheme whose complexity, dare and danger were beyond her wildest imaginings.
Interactive reading at its most exciting, Who Killed Tiffany Jones? is a page-turning thriller packed with international intrigue, celebrity-based characters, faraway, exotic locales -- and a chance for a clever reader to cash in on the mystery!
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"Mavis Kaye" is a pseudonym for a team of well-known writers.
Co-creator Bill Adler, author of more than 100 books, is a literary agent who represents such clients as Dan Rather, Larry King, Mike Wallace and others.
Co-creator Mel Watkins, a former New York Times Book Review editor, is the author of On the Real Side: A History of African American Comedy, African American Humor: The Best Black Comedy from Slavery to the Present and his memoir Dancing with Strangers.
Both Adler and Watkins live in New York City.From Publishers Weekly:
Who Killed Tiffany Jones? by Mavis Kaye (the pseudonym of literary agent Bill Adler and New York Times Book Review editor Mel Watkins), leaves it to the reader to solve the murder of the title character, a singer slain backstage at Harlem's Apollo Theater, in a contest with a $10,000 prize. You also have to figure out how and why a dozen other victims are bumped off in this celebrity-laden thriller involving diamond smuggling. With a national broadcast and print campaign, the well-connected authors are sure to generate a lot of publicity for this "interactive" read in the tradition of the bestselling Who Killed the Robins Family?
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