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The Traces of Brillhart
The Traces of Brillhart
Author: Herbert Brean
Brill Brillhart, the songwriter, was known as the biggest heel to hit New York in four decades. So the report of his murder was no disappointment. But it was disconcerting when gossip columnists daily recorded his activities: escorting beautiful women to Manhattan's most glamorous nightclubs, writing songs, and otherwise behaving as a person ver...  more »
ISBN: 45454
Pages: 220
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Publisher: Collier Books
Book Type: Paperback
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I enjoyed this. It's not exactly from the "golden age," but it fits the mold and has an unusual premise. Brean's "Wilders Walk Away" is more enjoyable and more clever, though.