Hanging Around Hollywood

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George Rittenhouse

List Price: $14.95
5.5" x 8.5" (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White on White paper
216 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1470164829
ISBN-10: 1470164825
BISAC: Fiction / Christian / Suspense

A sunny afternoon in Hollywood. Trip Buchanan, a very junior pastor, saunters by his church’s Sunday School house. His boss, Bob Gretleigh, calls from the house’s porch jolting Trip from his musings. A man was found hanging from the swing behind the building.  
Was he a member of Trip’s 3,000-member inner-city church? Gretleigh ordered Trip to find out. But the answer to that question opens up a whole series of other questions for Trip: questions about his ministry, his church, even his marriage. 
Trip quickly finds himself in the midst of a swirling mix of opposition, responsibilities, fear, violence and Hollywood street sleaze. His career is threatened, even his life, but he can’t walk away. His trail takes him reluctantly through the workings of the Los Angeles Police Department, the bureaucracy of his denomination and into haunts of the Hollywierd that have nothing to do with the movies. 
Behind it all lurks something sinister, oddly named “The New Guys” by the police. But is there more?