It's the Swinging Sixties ... and Harry Trauble thinks he has it made. He's young, single, living in Southern California and working at Ogle, one of the nation's most popular magazines for men. So what if the Vietnam Conflict is heating up and racial tension in the city is about to explode? At Ogle, with its beautiful people, amusing eccentrics and unbridled hedonism it's nothing but fun and games. Unless you think that a giant statue of the magazine's frog logo crushing one of its vice presidents may not have been an accident ... or that the murder-suicide of the statue's sculptor and his live-in lover is somehow connected ... or that a dark and sinister plot has placed the employees of Ogle in the path of a clever, sadistic killer.
Dick gives an overview of the book:
Dick Lochte is the co-author (with Al Roker) of a bestselling comedy-mystery series featuring celebrity chef Billy Blessing. The new addition to the series, "The Talk Show Murders," is arriving this fall from Delacorte. His solo crime novel, "Blues in the...