The Rabbit Factory
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Cover of the hardcover novel
|April 28, 2006|
|Pages||632 pp (Hardcover)|
|LC Class||PS3561.A684 R33 2006|
The Rabbit Factory (2006) is the first novel by author Marshall Karp. It recounts the investigation by detectives Mike Lomax and Terry Biggs as they explore a series of murders directed at a fictional company Lamaar, a parody of Disney. First is the murder of the man wearing the "Rambunctious Rabbit" costume in the theme park (this is depicted on the book's cover).
In 2010, screenwriter Allan Loeb wrote an adaptation of the novel as a proposed television pilot at TNT. The script was known as the "Untitled Allan Loeb Project." The TV pilot was produced in the fall of 2010 with Steven Weber and D.L. Hughley cast in the lead roles. Loeb was the pilot's executive producer and James Sadwith directed. By June 2011 TNT announced that they had passed on the pilot and would not order more episodes for a full season.
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