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The Cinema Murder by E. Phillips Oppenheim
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The Cinema Murder

by E. Phillips Oppenheim

13 ratings, 8 reviews

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Bollyviewer Bolly

July 10, 2014

Philip Romilly is an impoverished young art teacher in England, struggling to make ends meet and get his plays published. His cousin Douglas has everything that Philip lacks - wealth, education, connections, a life of ease, and even Philip's fiancée. The two men meet under a bridge, by a canal, and only Philip comes out. Philip then assumes Douglas's identity, and travels to America on Douglas's ticket, with his money and possessions. He is hoping for a fresh start there, and things begin quite promisingly. On the ship to America, he meets famous actress Elizabeth Dulstan. They strike up a romance, and through her, he gets the chance to see his play produced. But just when things are looking up for him, the shadow of his past life looms large. Can he escape? Gripping thriller from the classic age of mystery fiction.

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Toni Briscoe

March 25, 2013

Very good psychology in this suspense filled tale.

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Linda Aubert

July 31, 2012

Great story...loved it..great ending!

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Sonya Harris

July 18, 2012

I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this book. The storyline is intriguing and held my interest to the very end.

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Natalie Eringros

June 04, 2012

This book unexpectedly turned out to be fun and surprising - very enjoyable read.

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Stephen Wagstafg

April 25, 2012

I started this book not sure if it really was for me or not, but it is a great read with a fast flowing and interesting storyline, and I am so glad I read it.

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Dea Green

February 28, 2012

Good

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Gitana Bonds

November 11, 2011

I really enjoyed this book. Couldn't stop reading.