Tony Piazza interview with Stan Weisleder and Malcolm Burman on “The View From Over Here” CRN radio. 6/24/14. Link below.
(R to L) Susan Piazza, Tony Piazza, and Dave Congalton at KVEC studio.
Number one talk show host on the Central Coast, Dave Congalton talks with author Tony Piazza about historic Hollywood mysteries and scandals. They discuss the actress/ comedienne Thelma Todd’s mysterious 1935 death, the Producer Thomas Ince shooting aboard William Randolph Hearst’s yacht in 1924, the supposed suicide of television’s Superman, Gerorge Reeves in 1959, the Black Dahlia (Elizabeth Short) killing, and more. Follow link below to an edited version, which contains the complete Piazza interview.
Tony Piazza is author of the 1930s Hollywood murder mystery novel, “Anything Short of Murder,” which had its roots on the TCM fan website. His next novel, “The Curse of the Crimson Dragon” was released early 2012 and is now available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble websites. He was an actor/extra during the 1970s and worked with such legends as Steve McQueen, Paul Newman, and Karl Malden. His non-fiction e-book “Bullitt Points” is an in depth look at the making of “Bullitt” from a person who was there. Look for it on Amazon and Barnes and Noble websites, or at the link posted below. All profits go to the Boys Republic charity: www.bullittpoints.com.
Also: The new Tom Logan mystery thriller, A Murder Amongst Angels has been published!
Find it at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and wherever fine books are sold. Also available soon in e-book format.