Lillian Frost is a Hollywood socialite who rubs elbows with the likes of millionaire Addison Rice and costume designer Edith Head. One day while visiting with Edith she is approached by Marlene Dietrich to find a missing friend, a young german boy that no one seems to have seen in a few days.
Loosely based on the Albert Chapereau affair, this book is a fun mystery that brings an entertaining cast of characters that include some familiar names.
I found this book to be entertaining, especially since it deals with Hollywood in 1938. This is the second book in the series and though it stands on its own in many ways I think I would have preferred to start with book 1. There are some aspects of the story that I would have liked to know more about before going into this story.
However, I do recommend this book, it is great for those who enjoy mysteries and vintage Hollywood.