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Author: William Deandrea
ISBN: 0684814986
Language: English
Pages: 240 pages
Category: United States
Publisher: Simon & Schuster; First Edition edition (November 2, 1995)
Rating: 4.2
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Title: Killed in Fringe Time (The Matt Cobb Mysteries Book 7) Author(s): William L DeAndrea Publisher: mysteriouspress.

Killed in Fringe Time. You might have thought I’d won the Guess the Punchline contest on his show, and was about to get two free dinners at Gage & Tollner over in Brooklyn. To Gregory, a prime time kid. Contents.

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Matt Cobb, troubleshooter extraordinaire, must track a killer when a talk-show host goes off the air permanently

Matt Cobb, troubleshooter extraordinaire, must track a killer when a talk-show host goes off the air permanently. In television production, 'fringe time' refers to the period after the late-night news before the morning shows begin - the time when anything could happen. For Matt Cobb, a VP charged with getting 'The Network' out of jams, fringe time is especially fraught, because it's a time when one of his charges is seriously at risk.

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Avoiding the extravagant artifices and improbabilities that strained Matt's last case (Killed on the Rocks, 1990), this sixth outing combines appealingly low-key narration and one of DeAndrea's cleverest solutions. More Mystery Thriller . Killed in the fog. The werewolf murders. 0 5 Author: William L. For Matt Cobb, a VP charged with getting 'The Network' out of jams, fringe time is especially fraught, because it's a time when one of his charges is seriously at risk

Killed in Fringe Time. Matt Cobb, troubleshooter extraordinaire, must track a killer when a talk-show host goes off the air permanently. Cobb has had his hands full with Richard Bentyne, a volatile wee-hours talk-show host with more than one lover and many deserved enemies. And when Bentyne's dinner is laced with arsenic, there's no shortage of leads to investigate, and Cobb must do it quickly, with as little exposure to the network as possible.

Matt Cobb, TV network vice president in change of special programming, finds himself lethally involved in a new mystery when his network's most popular talk-show host is suddenly murdered. fast-paced, well-done, and very funny-4. com User, August 13, 2007. It's pretty rare for me to laugh out loud reading a book, esp. a mystery novel-but that's what I did-time and again-with this book. I've read DeAndrea's fine "Hog Murders" with his other protagonist, professor Bennedetti.

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Comments (2)
Orevise
Very cleverly constructed fair-play detective novel; reminded me of some of Ellery Queen's best. And DeAndrea has a talent for constructing engaging, appealing characters.
LONUDOG
It's pretty rare for me to laugh out loud reading a book, esp. a mystery novel--but that's what I did--time and again--with this book. I've read DeAndrea's fine "Hog Murders" with his other protagonist, professor Bennedetti. This was my first Matt Cobb series--I plan to read more. Most of the funny parts were in context--difficult to repeat here. But, I liked some of his observations--p. 16: "In order to be truly hip, you've got to spend a lot of money on really useless things." Also liked his reference to Sue Grafton--p. 229: "Kinsey Milhone could not have said it better." The tone of the book reminds me of Lawrence Block's burglar series, but it's even funnier. The mystery is good and the author plays fair with the reader too. I did figure out part of it, but there's an interesting twist at the end regarding motive. Enjoy! I intend to read more DeAndrea soon.