Trap Door Murder
A Humorous Cozy Mystery
A magician never reveals his secrets. And that goes double for the dead ones.
All Becky Robinson wants is a quiet night in Las Vegas with her ex-boyfriend. Not a lot to ask. But when a magician ends up dead in the middle of his show, it’s up to her and her team to solve the murder.
The police are stumped by the nature of the crime. A theater packed with witnesses saw the magician alive on stage. Ten seconds later, he’s found electrocuted across the room. One thing is clear. When dealing with magic, you can’t trust your own eyes.
To discover whodunit, they must first figure out the howdunit. Can Becky navigate a world filled with illusions, misdirection, and trickery to thwart the perfect crime?
Trap Door Murder is the magical fourth installment in the Hollywood Whodunit cozy mystery series.
If you love clumsy heroines, a Hollywood backdrop, quirky suspects, and an adorable rescue puppy this series is for you!
Hollywood Whodunit Series Order
Book 0: Lake Day Shenanigans
Book 1: Prime Time Murder
Book 2: Stand-In Murder
Book 3: Music City Murder
Book 4. Trap Door Murder
Book 5: Fool's Gold Murder
Book 6: Holly Jolly Murder
Book 7: Blue Suede Murder
Book 8: Family Reunion Murder
Book 9: Summer Vacation Murder
Book 10: Sunlight Swindler Murder
Book 11: Castle Island Murder
Brittany Brinegar’s Trap Door Murder
Magic is in the air!!
Becky Robinson and her friends go to
Las Vegas, Nevada. They end up trying
to solve a dead magician murder which
happened in the midst of the show.
The thrills, chills, intrigue plus the twists
and turns kept me magically glued to my
I felt the author’s writing flowed smoothly.
Lots going on all with a hint of humor,
illusion and trickery throughout the whole
Good description made the trip to Vegas
realistic. I felt as if I was present with the
wholesome cast of characters even the
This is book # 4 in the Hollywood
Whodunit Mystery series. It can be read
as a stand alone as the past and the present
are weaved into the story effortlessly by the
A good read!!
I volunteered to read Trap Door Murder. Thanks to
the author via Story Origin for the opportunity. My
opinion is voluntary and my own.