The book centers around the mysterious apparent suicide of Ashley Cordova, daughter of a film director who's even more reclusive and detail orientated than Stanley Kuprick. He makes horror films so disturbing they're banned by the MPAA and only shown in secret screenings in the Paris underground or hidden on darknet websites. The death is ruled a suicide by the cops, but it's investigated by the narrator, an investigative journalist who has a past connection to Cordova.
I haven't finished it yet. I started yesterday and I'm about halfway through, so don't tell me how it ends.