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** Reviewers Only ** This is a Review Priority giveaway. Please request a code only if you have a genuine intention to leave a review within a month. *** UK CODES ONLY *** *Other titles in this series also available* "A Body in a Bathhouse is an accomplished work of LA noir---niftily plotted, atmospheric and sexy, often witty. I look forward to finding Mitch O’Reilly in further problematical venues." Richard Stevenson, author of the Don Strachey PI novels On the verge of bankruptcy, private investigator, Mitch O’Reilly takes any gig that comes his way, while running his Eye Spy Supply shop in a forgotten Los Angeles strip mall. After two tours in Afghanistan, Mitch’s life amounts to operating his store, coping with his fun-loving sister, Josie, and scoring with anonymous
** Reviewers Only ** This is a Review Priority giveaway. Please request a code only if you have a genuine intention to leave a review within a month. *Other titles in this series also available* PI Mitch O'Reilly is hired by big time Hollywood director T.J. Mooney to follow his son Austin who is starting an acting career without riding the coattails of his powerful father. T.J. isn't happy his beloved son has changed his last name and chooses to live in a sketchy apartment and not the family mansion in Bel Air. To Mitch it's another routine stakeout until Austin’s body is found on the hill below the Hollywood Sign. Was the body left there to send a message? If so, deciphering that message could lead Mitch to solving