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Shooting Stars: A Carlotta Novak Mystery Paperback – April 15, 2012
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Top Customer Reviews
As they say, it's called "show business" - not "show friends". This book drives to the heart of what makes Hollywood run, and brings a fun, edgy perspective that isn't as far-fetched as it might seem. Trying to guess who's who, waiting to see who's next, and getting inside the mind of Carlotta Novak - a singularly cerebral, sexy, all too real character who doesn't take herself too seriously - all make for a read you'll remember. The most fun I've had for less than $5 since, well, ever.
The characters are all interesting, putting together their abilities at strategic underachieving to unravel a mystery involving Hollywood's most alluring couple. Loved all the Hollywood cultural references to art, place and style.
What a smart mystery, it didn't unfold like I thought it would.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If you're a fan of the Donovan Creed books by John Locke, I think you'll love this book. Equally fast paced, equally funny and irreverent. Can't wait to see more by this author.Published 29 days ago by Chandler Hammet
This wicked-funny romp of a book skewers Hollywood (lovingly) with an insider's penetrating vision, a gifted writer's aplomb and a keen observer's detail. Read morePublished on April 24, 2012 by ricki grady
Erstwhile entertainment hack Hillary Louise Johnson takes aim at her former profession and flimsy subject matter, making Shooting Stars the ultimate revenge fantasy. Read morePublished on April 4, 2012 by Mark Ebner