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Murder, She Wrote: Knock'em Dead Mass Market Paperback – Oct 1 1999
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From the Back Cover
When her latest mystery novel is tapped to become a Broadway play, Jessica Fletcher is thrilled beyond words. But she soon learns that the bright lights of the New York theater scene aren't all they're cracked up to be. From a snobbish playwright, to an unstable young actress, to a slew of backstage brouhahas, Jess may be in over her head -- until the less-than-beloved producer of the play is found dead -- right on cue.
But the show must go on. With a motley marquee of eccentric suspects, Jessica must step into the spotlight to find the culprit. But as she gets closer to dropping the final curtain on a killer, the murderer writes a script of his own that casts Jessica in a most unpleasant role...as the next victim!
About the Author
Jessica Fletcher is a bestselling mystery writer who has a knack for stumbling upon real-life mysteries in her various travels.
Donald Bain, Jessica Fletcher’s longtime collaborator, is the writer of over eighty books, many of them bestsellers.
Top Customer Reviews
The publicist for Knock Em Dead is Priscilla Hoye. The same name was used for the publicist of Cabot Cove's festival in a Little Yuletide Murder.
The conductor of Cabot Cove's symphony orcherstra Peter Eder was used in the Murder, SHe wrote book where Jessica goes to the Hamptons.
Stop using names from other books, especially when they take different roles. It's annoying + Jessica Fletcher isn't real, the author should only be DOnald Bain and written in the first person; it doesn't matter if the viewpoint is not the author
Whilst this novel isn't a literary classic, it isn't a bad story either. It's clearly written, at the best moments a page-turner and at its worst moments still readable without getting bored.
Most recent customer reviews
Who would have ever dreamed that Jessica's book would go to be a play on Broadway. The out come is very interesting & a little frightening.Published 13 months ago by Debbie Sproull
This was read simply because I intend to read all of the Murder She Wrote books and it was the next one I found that I had not read yet. Read morePublished on March 4 2014 by Headline
A murder mystery written by Jessica Fletcher, based on the Universal TV series. Does than mean that the author's name is fictional? Read morePublished on Aug. 3 2013 by Lady Sam