The Morning Show Murders

The Morning Show Murders

Paperback - 2010
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As famous for his popular cooking segment on Wake Up America! as for his swank Manhattan bistro, Billy Blessing can add prime murder suspect to his impressive list of accomplishments. Because when one of the network's top honchos ends up dead, it's a poisoned serving of Blessing's coq au vin that's to blame. Billy knows he's being framed, but proving it won't be easy--not with his perky cohost involved in a brass-knuckles contract negotiation, a Mossad agent about to tell all on the air, and a ruthless international assassin arriving in the Big Apple. Now Billy isn't so much concerned about staying alive in the ratings . . . as just staying alive. For the closer Billy comes to uncovering an international conspiracy, the closer he comes to being canceled--permanently.
Publisher: New York : Bantam, 2010
ISBN: 9780440245803
044024580X
Additional Contributors: Lochte, Dick

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Marbo1085 Mar 03, 2012

I actually couldn't get into the book. And I kept reading cause I wanted to see who did the murders, but I lost interest. Chef Blessing is a funny character though! Somehow I missed it along the way.

rdrlady Jan 06, 2011

I really enjoyed this, and the sequel The Midnight Show Murders: fast-moving plots, engaging characters, humor, and an insider's view of TV production.

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RuthSakstad
Apr 26, 2010

Al Roker has found a new calling in life. In his first attempt at fiction writing he has scored. I found "The Morning Show Murders" a fast moving and easy read to be very enjoyable. At times I had a hard time putting it down. I hope Mr. Roker will not stop here, but will go on to write a few more mysteries. There is much Chef Billy Blessing has to offer.

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