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WHAT IF YOU, AS A GHOST, HAD TO SOLVE YOUR OWN MURDER?

From internationally acclaimed and New York Times best-selling author Raymond Benson comes a novel that is a ghost story with a distinctive noir sensibility mixed with David Lynchian surrealism.

The year is 1985. Manhattan's Times Square area is sleazy, and the streets are full of what Coleman Sackler calls "New York Street Skunk." Cole is the night manager and self-proclaimed hotel detective for the transient Hotel Destiny, which has been plagued with scandals over the century, including several murders, gangster occupation and ownership, and fleabag status during the 1960s and 70s. Five recent slayings in the building have been attributed tothe police believeone killer.

During the gala grand re-opening Halloween party, Cole Sackler himself is murdered by a masked man. But hold on! Cole "awakes" and is still in the hotelas a ghost. Prior to his death, a mysterious woman had told him that hidden portals located throughout the building can lead one to other time periods, and that the key to Cole's destiny is in the hotel's past and embedded in its many secrets.

Thus, Cole's spirit sets out to solve his own murder by dropping in on living characters throughout Hotel Destiny's history and observing and/or interacting with them. His goal is to discover the identity of his killer, as well as learn the ironic truth about his own family, his heritage, and himself!

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Editore Crossroad Press

Formato Ebook con Adobe DRM

Pubblicato 15/09/2020

Lingua Inglese

EAN-13 9781952979989

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