Death Took A Greek God Author:Norman Forrest Death Took a Greek God — A distinguished group is gathered in the Epoch film studio. A poignant silence fills the room. Raoul Granger, known to his countless admirers as the Greek God, is about to rehearse the gallows scene for his forthcoming picture. — He walks to the scaffold with a firm tread; the watchers see him witht he noose around his n... more »eck. A director raises his hand to signal the substitution of a dummy. But the signal is never given, and the hanging scene becomes a hideous reality. The Greek God is dead!
There is a moment of tense silence, then pandemonium breaks loose. Someone among this distinguished group is a murderer. There are several people with strong motives, but feasibility rules them out-until a second murder occurs.
Then follows a series of mysterious crimes which shake the film colony to its very foundations. By sheer ingenuity the mystery is at last solved when John Finnegan, medico extraordinary, stages a dramatic reconstruction of the initial tragedy.« less