The Scene Stealer

The Scene Stealer Screenwriter Mitchell Draper has written a movie about the kidnapping of a famous actress But just before the shooting starts the lead actress is kidnapped in real life in exactly the same manner as

  • Title: The Scene Stealer
  • Author: Warren Dunford
  • ISBN: 9781896951775
  • Page: 147
  • Format: Paperback
  • Screenwriter Mitchell Draper has written a movie about the kidnapping of a famous actress But, just before the shooting starts, the lead actress is kidnapped in real life in exactly the same manner as described in Mitchell s script The only witness, Mitchell is determined to find her Confusion grows as clues in the kidnapping appear to echo famous kidnapping cases andScreenwriter Mitchell Draper has written a movie about the kidnapping of a famous actress But, just before the shooting starts, the lead actress is kidnapped in real life in exactly the same manner as described in Mitchell s script The only witness, Mitchell is determined to find her Confusion grows as clues in the kidnapping appear to echo famous kidnapping cases and celebrity disappearances from the Lindbergh baby, Agatha Christie, and Patty Hearst, to Frank Sinatra Junior, Russell Crowe, and Victoria Posh Spice Beckham Among the fans and enemies left behind at the film production, the rumours fly, predominant among them that the actress faked her own kidnapping as a clever publicity stunt a rumour that Mitchell has difficulties in disbelieving.

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    1. Like his other two books, The Scene Stealer is a fun mystery revolving around screenwriter Mitchell Draper and his two close friends. It takes place in Toronto - mostly Bloor Street between Bathurst and Yonge - and its entertaining to see how he describes certain Toronto emblems (I did not know about the K-Y or Vaseline Tower). Certainly an easy book that you can get through in one sitting.

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