By Denise Baton
Margot O'Banion isn't a tough detective or a tough anything really.
She's a beautiful freckled redhead with a sharp eye for fine details.
Her talent has won her a hard-earned respect in tinsel town for her
enviable editing ability. You wouldn't think that would make her a
target for murder. She just so happens to be in love with Max Skull,
a director in his prime. And we all know that's a precarious position
in Hollywood. When this lovable but crazy couple are on location for
the final scenes of the latest Max Skull film and all hell breaks
loose, it's up to Margot to put things right. If she doesn't figure
out who blew up the editing truck, who kidnapped the assistant director
and who's doing what to the poor innocent cats, who will? If it weren't
for the leading man, Margot wouldn't even be alive to tell the story.
All this excitement occurs on an extremely private ranch in a remote
Northern California valley with a high security system that even J.
Edgar Hoover would envy. Right in the middle of all this movie-making
intrigue, Hollywood sends their hatchet man to decide the future of
Max Skull's career and the terrorized film crew has to act like everything
is just great during one of the strangest dinner scenes ever. Who
spawned the hatchet man? What happened to the famous editor who mysteriously
disappeared and how, exactly, is Margot O'Banion going to get out
of the clutches of those two old ladies? You'll have to read FINAL
CUT to find out.