Tuesday, January 13, 2009

"Devil Dog" by Dick Lochte

From: Hollywood and Crime. Ed. Robert J. Randisi. Pegasus, 2007.

One of the contemporary entries in a collection of crime stories set during the history of Hollywood, "Devil Dog" marks the return of Leo Bloodworth. At the behest of Larry King-like media personality Pierre Reynaldo, Leo looks into a woman's claims that her neighbor is a Satanist.

After an eight-year hiatus, it's good to hear from Leo in a story that is equally comedic and tragic.

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