Play Him Again (A Matt Hudson Roaring Twenties Crime Novel)

| January 1, 2014

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Play Him Again (A Matt Hudson Roaring Twenties Crime Novel)

It’s the Roaring Twenties but silence remains golden in Hollywood. Adding sound to movies is expensive and only two studios have installed recording equipment. Matt Hudson, the preferred bootlegger of the film industry, wants to produce a talking picture but neither sound studio will lease him their facilities. After Hud’s oldest friend, con man Danny Kincaid, dupes a gangster who controls a small movie studio into buying a bogus sound device, the gangster gets wise and Danny ends up dead. To settle the score, Hud runs another con to play the gangster again. A con that will either avenge Danny and land Hud a studio, or get him killed.

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