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By Chris d'Lacey

Whilst Michael Malone discovers his supernatural skill to change truth, he's recruited through a firm devoted to investigating unusual and paranormal phenomena. He joins in hopes of discovering his father, who mysteriously vanished 3 years past. Michael's first activity is to resolve the secret of a puppy he rescued from a precarious clifftop -- a secret that leads him to an odd and sickly classmate and a tender woman who used to be killed in a devastating twist of fate. Stakes are excessive as Michael learns to harness his newfound skill and discover the lethal fact approximately his father's disappearance.
A daring and exciting story of trade realities, paranormal secret, and awesome experience.

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Among Bolton’s Broadway producers were George M. Cohan, David Belasco, Florenz Ziegfeld, and the Messrs. Shubert. Ziegfeld’s sumptuous production of Rio Rita (1927), billed as a romantic musical comedy, with book by Bolton and Fred Thompson, boasts thirty song-and-dance numbers hinged on a Texas Ranger’s pursuit of a notorious Mexican bandit, whose real identity is unmasked at the final curtain. Bolton and his associates gingerly applied criminal touches in other happy musicals. A Monte Carlo female cat burglar is caught by one of her rich victims, falls head-over-heels for him, and reforms in The Hotel Mouse (1922); a seasoned thief and his youthful accomplice crack the safes of the wealthy in Sitting Pretty (1924); a spiritualist medium and his assistant, participating in the making of a movie in Mexico, track down the kidnappers of a beautiful star in The Ramblers (1926); an aristocratic Englishman, the Duke, becomes a bootlegger, turning his yacht into a rumrunner in Oh, Kay!

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3. New York Times, February 12, 1951. 4. New York World-Telegram, February 12, 1951. 5. New York Post, February 12, 1951. 6. New York Journal-American, February 12, 1951. 7. New York Herald Tribune, February 12, 1951. 8. Daily Mirror, February 12, 1951. 9. Daily News, February 12, 1951. 10. New York Times, May 4, 1955. 11. New York Times, March 24, 1969. 12. Women’s Wear Daily, March 24, 1969. 13. New York Post, March 24, 1969. indb 28 3/8/11 10:17 AM A Pin to See the Peepshow (1951) F. Tennyson Jesse (England, 1888–1958) and H.

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