My biggest complaint was the very poor editing of the Kindle edition.
Laurie Jacobson really knows her stuff and serves up heaping portions of scandal and intrigue of Hollywood's most notorious stars.
The stories are very entertaining and I love the fact that she also included recipes to match the stories.
Not as expected. Contains a lot of old material, known by everybody. this is no way to write a book.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I hated the book it is a rehash of other peoples stories with out much detail, Darwin porter is a better story tellerPublished 6 months ago by hank
I purchased this as one of my wife's Christmas gifts... Since she is REALLY into movie history, I thought she would enjoy it... And she DOES!Published 7 months ago by Old Codger
Fast read - would like to read more of Laurie Jacobson's books. Most ot the stories were already know, but the addition of the recipes were great.Published 12 months ago by Sharon C Rhoy
This was informative for those who were not aware of some of the scandals that went on through the twentieth century of Hollywood.Published 13 months ago by Elaine S.
Very interesting book with stories of Hollywood figures and their scandals and/or suicides. Included in each section is a recipe that the individual liked or made. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Rebecca Reader
I really, really enjoyed this book -- and so have my friends! The book is filled with tales of How Stars Died -- stars from the earliest days of the cinema (Clara Bow, Rudolph... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Susan Loveira
I enjoyed this book so much. I love reading these interesting stories and being taken back in time to hear about these long ago scandals that rocked hollywood. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Christine Wright
Well, author Jacobson has certainly come up with a clever pun to format her book with. The text dishes some of Hollywood's biggest celebrity scandals, while linking each to a... Read morePublished on August 24, 2012 by Douglas Doepke