The Plot Against Marlene Dietrich

The Plot Against Marlene Dietrich Written as filmic treatment The Plot Against Marlene Dietrich is a short story of mystery romance and German intrigue on the eve of World War II Alex Rada is on the case again This time determined

  • Title: The Plot Against Marlene Dietrich
  • Author: Henry F. Mazel
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  • Page: 214
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  • The Plot Against Marlene Dietrich

    Written as filmic treatment, The Plot Against Marlene Dietrich is a short story of mystery, romance, and German intrigue on the eve of World War II Alex Rada is on the case again This time determined to find the perpetrators of the final plot against the great Marlene Dietrich Historical fiction woven against the background of race and ethnicity that evokes the gritty fWritten as filmic treatment, The Plot Against Marlene Dietrich is a short story of mystery, romance, and German intrigue on the eve of World War II Alex Rada is on the case again This time determined to find the perpetrators of the final plot against the great Marlene Dietrich Historical fiction woven against the background of race and ethnicity that evokes the gritty feel of 1930 s New York, and of romantic Hollywood.

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    1. Sharon Vos

      Henry Mazel brilliantly melds the glitz and the glamour of old Hollywood with the grit and the grime of the harsh New York Streets. He weaves a tale of intrigue, murder and suspense that would have made Sam Spade proud. His prose brings to life the embattled feelings of an sardonic detective who has seen too much, but still has a hint of human vulnerability. The marvel is the intricate plot, that seems to me, to be historically accurate and meticulously researched. The protagonist, Alex Rada, is [...]

    2. S.B. Lerner

      Beautifully written, it creates a mood, very evocative of the period. The style is very much like the lovely cover, smokey and mysterious. I don't read a lot of hard-boiled detective stories, but this one was based on some little known history about Dietrich and other famous people, which I found very interesting. I was moved to read more, on the author's blog, about Dietrich's brave stance against the Nazis. The book is short, about thirty pages, but it lingered in my mind far longer than many [...]

    3. Cara

      Decided to read this on a whim - I usually steer clear of fictionalised accounts of Marlene Dietrich as she is my favourite actress, but it was only 33 pages long and I needed something to fill time. I can't say I regret it, the style was wonderful, and the author included a lot of Marlene's mannerisms into the story, her external persona of course, because it would be unlikely that the characters in the story ever got to see her private persona.A little gem indeed. :)

    4. Candy

      The author sent me this book about a year ago. Honestly, I had to google to find out who Marlene Dietrich was so you know where I'm coming from with this review. I picked it up, wanting something short and easy to read, thinking it would be a great noir story with some mystery. Instead, I found myself a little bored and waiting for it to be over.It's not a horrible short story by any means, but the problem is that the author tries too hard to introduce too many elements into too little space. We [...]

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