Infinite Loop Mysteries

Gordon Brewer has done an amazing job of descriptively transporting you to a time reminiscent of 1930s film noir.

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Warren is dead.
And he is beginning to wonder how many ways one guy can die.

At this point, he is convinced he will spend eternity as the reoccurring murder victim in an eerie film world purgatory. In this paranormal mystery, Warren wakes inside a new character aboard a tramp steamer returning from Cuba during the 1930s. The man discovers his role as a wealthy playboy, but he has no idea why his character is involved with an unsavory group of associates for ten grand in cash. By the time his ship docks in Boston, Warren is a wanted man, just one-step away from capture and the gallows. In a bizarre reality already engraved into celluloid by long dead writers, the fugitive must adapt to an era of beautiful dames and dangerous lies while trying to find the real murderer. The condemned man is on the run from the police while trying to outwit hoodlums and their allies.

Can Warren live long enough to find the real murderer or does he remain a film noir character in the Infinite Loop?