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


He thought he was untouchable . . .

Introverted New Yorker Angie Norris has long suffered from depression and anxiety. Her older sister, Scarlett, a beautiful, talented actress whose star was on the rise, had always been her guiding light—until she shocked her family, and the world, by committing suicide.
During a trip to Hollywood to honor Scarlett at the Oscars, Angie finds her journal and realizes she was hiding dark and heartbreaking secrets. Angie decides to shake off her staid, safe existence in New York and move to Los Angeles to take a job at the very movie studio where her sister died.
As Angie investigates Scarlett’s death, she must push through her anxiety, challenge herself in ways she never thought possible, and boldly face the merciless industry that pushed her sister over the edge.
Suspenseful and gripping from beginning to end, Catch and Kill shines a light on the culture of abuse in Hollywood, those who conspire to protect the perpetrators, and just how perilous the path to justice can be.

"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."