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About the Author

K.T. Waltzer loves reading great thrillers and recently discovered that she also loves writing them. As a Los Angeles interior designer she assembles elements to shape a space. Similarly, as a writer, she links words together to tell a story. What better backdrop than the high-end interior design world in Los Angeles to be home to her debut novel, Catfight. Born in Canada, Waltzer lives in Southern California with her husband.

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  • File Size: 749 KB
  • Print Length: 236 pages
  • Publisher: Chautauqua Press; 1 edition (December 15, 2013)
  • Publication Date: December 15, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00EEIFMV6
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #581,172 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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K.T. Waltzer loves reading great thrillers and recently discovered that she also loves writing them. As a Los Angeles interior designer she assembles elements to shape a space. Similarly, as a writer, she links words together to tell a story. What better backdrop than the high-end interior design world in Los Angeles to be home to her debut novel, Catfight. Born in Canada, Waltzer lives in Southern California with her husband.

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Waltzer's hypnotic mix of Los Angeles personalities, local haunts and landmarks makes "Catfight" a real page-turner for anyone who has spent some time in the city of Angels. Interior designer, Emily Everheart, has her world turned upside-down when she gets divorced, moves into a new loft, and collides with her upstairs neighbor, a tempestuous pastry chef, named Candy Jones. The strangeness of neighbors has never been more apparent than when these two creative geniuses collide and try to co-exist in a very competitive and transparent reality.
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By MJS on August 27, 2013
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Catfight provides a glimpse into the legendary city of Los Angeles. If you've lived there or ever been there, you'll recognize that Waltzer knows her stuff. Emily & Candy are well developed characters who play out intriguingly crafted scenarios which made me anxious to see how it would end.
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Very funny take on LA culture and female relationships. I now live in the SF area, but I lived in LA for several years and I found myself laughing at some of the uniquely LA absurdity that Waltzer captured in the story. Great dialog as well. Enjoy!
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This is deliciously wicked comedy about two women who bring new meaning to the words cat fight. Emily moves into a loft intent on starting a new life and reviving her design career after a painful divorce. All she wants is to be left alone but that hope is soon dashed when she meets her new neighbor from-hell, Candy, who runs an illegal bakery out of her home. What starts out as a series of maddening annoyances escalates into war between the women and soon spins out of control. When the police show up looking for Candy who has gone missing, Emily fearfully suspects that one of her ploys to rid herself of the infuriating Candy has taken a sinister turn. While offering a behind the scenes look at the Los Angeles interior design world and creating comically bizarre characters, this spins a fast paced tale with satiric elements that keeps one turning the pages. A very fun read.
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The opening scene grabbed my attention right away. I wanted to find out more. I'm glad I did.

The main character Emily Everheart, newly divorced, is trying to create a new life for herself as well as updating a neglected practice, while delving into the L.A. dating scene.

She leads you into the quirky and stressful world of interior design in the Los Angeles scene. Her clients tend to have their own unique and eccentric charms, and their demands on Emily Everheart provide some very humorous visuals for the reader. Popular and favorite Santa Monica hang outs pop up throughout the book, which makes it enjoyable when you know the locations firsthand.

This is a fast-paced book with very entertaining characters. A fun read. - Joan Glencoe
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For anyone with the least but of curiosity (morbid or otherwise) about California's .01% this book takes you into the authentic world of how crazy rich Los Angelenos spend their maybe not-so-hard earned dough. Our erstwhile heroine is just a divorced gal trying to make a living in interior design pitching to eccentric perverted clients with more money than taste. Her inadvertent arch enemy is an ambitious pastry chef with a bent for the dramatic to say the least. If you've ever been to LA you'll recognize the locale's or want to go back and see what she's talking about. I wouldn't be surprised to see an LA tour of the locations of this book a la The DaVinci code sightseeing tour! A great fun read.
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Catfight is a great read for anyone immersed the world of interior design, especially in the city of Angels. Waltzer has an uncanny ability to capture tension and intrigue, and to make the relationships of her characters truly spring to life. We can relate to this story immediately, and the fast paced, ‘catty’ urban culture where her characters dwell. With Catfight, the world of aesthetics, personal challenge and tragedies all unite for a rivoting and memorable LA adventure. Waltzer is the consummate storyteller.
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