By R. T. Jordan
The enduring Polly Pepper, musical comedy celebrity of yesteryear, is experiencing somewhat a certified dry spell— she will be able to slightly maintain her checking account afloat, not to mention her profession. So while the nefarious Laura Crawford, scene-stealing former forged mate and perpetual diva, proposes a Polly Pepper Playhouse reunion cruise, Polly is on board, full-steam forward. yet she quickly realizes that Hollywood at the high-seas may be not anything in need of a shipwreck. . .
Packed to the gills with has-beens, D-listers, and sycophantic fanatics, Polly's superstar cruise can be a send of fools, and it's sinking quickly. If that weren't sufficient, Polly's tiny room, troubling loss of champagne, and vital visual appeal agenda go away her feeling greater than a bit murderous in the direction of Laura. regrettably, that send already sailed! Laura is located useless the following morning, slain by way of Season Six of The Polly Pepper Playhouse field set—the creditors DVD ruthlessly sharpened to a razor's edge.
Polly instantly starts off fishing for clues, and her first titanic seize is pianist-at-sea Lawrence Deerfield, whose occupation sank while Laura maliciously reduce him from a up to date level construction. yet Polly should solid a much wider web to seize this killer—with a ship's worthy of burned solid associates, spurned fans, and obsessed fanatics there are many different factors within the sea.
When Polly herself is accused of the crime she is familiar with it's time to form up or send out. If she can't resolve this maritime secret the shrewdpermanent killer may ship Polly's complete career—and even her life—overboard.