Created by George Baxt
JACOB SINGER is a 1940's private eye working the same
celebrity-studded streets of Hollywood as Stuart Kaminsky's Toby Peters. Given both authors'
penchant for name-dropping and sly winks, and taste for irreverency,
I wonder if they've ever run into each other?
Author Baxt is perhaps best known, though, for his outrageous,
tongue-in-cheek creation, Pharoah Love, a gay black NYPD
detective, who first showed his pretty face way back in 1966.
- The Dorothy Parker Murder Case (1984)
- The Alfred Hitchcock Murder Case (1986)
- The Tallulah Bankhead Murder Case (1987)
- The Talking Pictures Murder Case (1990)
- The Greta Garbo Murder Case (1992)
- The Noel Coward Murder Case (1992)
- The Marlene Dietrich Murder Case (1993)
- The Mae West Murder Case (1993)
- The Bette Davis Murder Case (1994)
- The Humphrey Bogart Murder Case (1995)
- The William Powell & Myrna Loy Murder Case (1996)
- The Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers Murder (1997)
- The Clark Gable & Carole Lombard Murder (1997)
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