“One of the best whodunits I have ever read… a funny, gripping, hugely entertaining thriller.” -- The Sunday Telegraph
“Wry, fast, and fiendishly clever.” -- The Times
Definitely relevant to a particular time in TV content evolution, but still quite entertaining. Good storyline but perhaps a little to neat.Published 2 months ago by JS
A good who-done-it and with some humor but not so outrages as some of Ben Elton's other novels.Published 6 months ago by hashingisgreat
I thought the whole book was totally ridiculous until 3/4 through then it got a bit interesting but predictable
towards the end
Not as good as his earlier work. but still,a good funny readPublished 8 months ago by Mohieddine Chelaghma
_Dead Famous_ was recommended to me by a colleague who knows I love a good mystery. _Dead Famous_ is so much more than just a well-written whodunnit. Read morePublished 11 months ago by doc peterson
I would certainly recommend this and all Ben Elton books. They are all so easy to read and a great laugh.
Do yourself a favour and buy it.
I love this book. It makes the Big Brother show fascinating, entertaining viewing!
Ben Elton is a masterful observer of the world today, especially how fickle we've... Read more
his screenplay/scriptwriting was always better than his stand-up, and this book reinforces this - I haven't touched any of his work (not for any conscious reason) since Gridlock &... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Amazon Customer
Not quite like other Elton books I've read,less a commentary on society, and more a murder mystery. An excellent story that keeps you guessingPublished 21 months ago by Amy