Title: Silver Screen Heroes
Author: Ilona Fridl
Genre: Historical Romance
What happens when a motion picture studio in 1920 is taken over by a crime family who wants to use it to make illegal liquor? Addy and Zeke, a stunt double and a director's assistant, work with the police to bring these gangsters to justice. One problem, Addy's cousin is married into the crime family. Addy has been given a key to bring down the family and the studio. Will she use it?
Joe Giovanni came up to Addy and asked her to dance. She was led onto the dance floor as the orchestra played a slow tune. Joe was taller than she, but he bent down and said in her ear,"I'm happy you could come to the party tonight."
"Thank you for inviting me."
He maneuvered a turn toward a quiet hallway. "I want to talk to you about a problem which is causing me a lot of trouble. I think you can help me. Seeing that I gave you a little leverage to advance at the studio, maybe you can do something for me."
Addy felt her face burn. What does he want? "What is it?"
"The master ledger for the studio has been missing for a while." He tightened his grip on her. "I think you know where it is."
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Ilona Fridl was born in West Hollywood, California, where she developed an interest in the movie industry. 'Silver Screen Heroes' came to be from her love of silent movies. When she was in her twenties, she moved to Wisconsin where she lives now. She always had a love of writing, but a hatred of typewriters, so she started writing when she got her first computer. She sold short stories to magazines, but always dreamed of selling a novel. She credits her family and friends as her biggest cheerleaders. She has written seven novels for The Wild Rose Press.
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