Catch and Kill

Catch and Kill

  • Paperback
  • 9781646300587
  • Published: March 19, 2024


  • eBook
  • 9781646300594
  • Published: March 19, 2024


  • Big book
  • 9781646305186
  • Published: March 19, 2024


In Hollywood, deadly secrets lurk just behind the scenes.

Scarlett Norris is Hollywood’s darling, an award-winning actress on her way to the top. To her younger sister, Angie, she is all that and more—beautiful, loving, fearless, and a guiding light—things Angie believes she herself could never be. When Scarlett suddenly commits suicide, Angie is devastated, but something keeps nagging at her. Scarlett would never do such a thing. Would she?

In a move that stuns her family, timid, anxious Angie summons the courage to leave her sheltered New York life to follow Scarlett’s path to Hollywood. She gains access to the gilded world of film stars, movie moguls, and powerful producers, and discovers a new sense of self. She also discovers that beneath Hollywood’s dazzle and glamour lie some dark and ugly truths. Angie slowly starts piecing together what really happened to Scarlett. Can she expose the corruption of Hollywood and live to tell? 

Suspense-filled and gripping from beginning to end, Catch and Kill is about staring down monsters—even those that have the power to destroy you.

"Heartbreaking search for truth and justice." - Advanced Review

Fans of The Assistant and Casablanca will love this thrilling book. 



Eden Francis Compton

Eden Francis Compton enjoys exposing the dark underbelly of humanity while diving deep into the human heart, the human psyche, and the wonderful absurdity of life itself. Eden is a published and anthologized poet, with several literary awards for poetry. Eden's debut novel, Emily (Level 4 Press, 2022), was praised for its "madness" and "lovely language." 

Melissa B. Robinson

Melissa B. Robinson is a writer, actor, director, and journalist based in Washington, D.C. She is the author of the nonfiction book The Search for Canasta 404: Love, Loss, and the POW/MIA Movement (UPNE 2006). Melissa has a BA/BS from Boston College and an MS from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. She spent a decade with The Associated Press and has covered a vast array of national and international topics over her long career. She serves as a humor writing judge for the National Press Club. Catch and Kill (Level 4 Press 2024) is her fiction debut.