'All players lose. Why did you play? If you don't want to risk it, don't play. But don't tell me afterwards I didn't play fair. You didn't either . . .'
 
When an aspiring actress is found dead on the cutting-room floor of a London film studio, Cameron McCabe finds himself at the centre of a police investigation.
 
As more people around him die, McCabe begins to perform his own amateur sleuth-work.
 
Then, abruptly, McCabe's account ends, but The Face on the Cutting-Room Floor is not finished with us yet.
 
Who is Cameron McCabe? Is he victim? Murderer? Novelist? Joker?
 
And if not McCabe, who is the author of The Face on the Cutting-Room Floor?

 

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When an aspiring actress is found dead on the cutting-room floor of a London film studio, Cameron McCabe finds himself at the centre of a police investigation.
 
As more people around him die, McCabe begins to perform his own amateur sleuth-work.
 
Then, abruptly, McCabe's account ends, but The Face on the Cutting-Room Floor is not finished with us yet.
 
Who is Cameron McCabe? Is he victim? Murderer? Novelist? Joker?
 
And if not McCabe, who is the author of The Face on the Cutting-Room Floor?
 

 

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