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“Shamus-winner Estleman's captivating second mystery to feature L.A. film detective Valentino. Readers will eagerly turn the pages.” ―Publishers Weekly, starred review on Alone
“Frames melds Estleman's love of movies with his gift for swift, satisfying storytelling.” ―San Francisco Chronicle
“Great cast, great subject, flawless delivery from a real pro.” ―Booklist starred review on Frames
“Frames is gripping entertainment. If you love movies, you'll love this mystery.” ―Lawrence Kasdan, Oscar Award-nominee
“Estleman has scripted yet another wacky comedic mystery. His snappy dialog, feisty characters, Hollywood lore, and gentle romance make this his funniest to date.” ―Library Journal on Frames
“Estleman has laid claim to a fresh new franchise and the turf is all his. My hat's off to him.” ―Sue Grafton, New York Times #1 bestselling author on Frames
Loren D. Estleman has been known for hard-boiled detective stories for quite some time, but his stories and novels featuring the character Valentino, finder of lost films, have a... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Bruce E. Bennett
I was introduced to this character in the volume of short stories which I enjoyed. I also enjoyed this book but think 3 stars is enough. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Bonner '62
I have already read Loren Estleman's Sherlock Holmes fictionalized adventure novels and grabbed this one when it came out. Read morePublished on October 3, 2013 by Jaime Contreras
As a true Monster Kid, i.e. one who grew up watching classic monster movies on TV, with commercials and hosted by various ghouls, I felt right at home with this book! Read morePublished on September 18, 2013 by Strangenstein
i keep giving estleman another try and he keeps disappointing. i don't know how anyone can make a mystery with one foot set in old hollywood and the other in present-day L.A. Read morePublished on August 22, 2013 by Anthony Dodge
Loren has done it again. Alive! is a fun mystery with great characters and got me interested in vintage horror movies again. Read morePublished on July 30, 2013 by William Groneman III
Jason Valentino is back for "Alive!", his third novel, and he's still strapped for cash, and now he's forced to sell a rocking chair that both Bogart and Greenstreet sat in while... Read morePublished on June 29, 2013 by Mark Louis Baumgart