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Hollywood Confessions

Halliday, Gemma (Book - 2010)
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Hollywood Confessions
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Authors: Halliday, Gemma
Title: Hollywood confessions
Publisher: [S.l. : s.n.], 2010
Characteristics: 206 p. ;,21 cm
ISBN: 1463534795
Statement of Responsibility: Gemma Halliday
Subject Headings: Women journalists Fiction
Genre/Form: Romantic suspense fiction
Detective and mystery stories
Topical Term: Women journalists
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Jul 21, 2012
  • Miss_Bethany26 rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

This is the 3rd book in the "Hollywood Headlines Mysteries".


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Jul 21, 2012
  • Miss_Bethany26 rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

Allie Quick has high aspirations - much higher than reporting on the latest celebrity gossip for the L.A. Informer, Hollywood's most notorious tabloid. But if she's going to join the ranks of the real reporters, she's going to need a headline worth story under her belt. Which is just what she gets when the producer of the trashiest reality shows on TV winds up murdered, and Allie convokes her editor, Felix Dunn, that this story has her name written all over it. Between an aging dance-off judge, a family with sextuplets and triplets, and the star of a little person dating show, Allie has no shortage of reality stars to question. But when she finds herself falling for her prime suspect, Allie's relationship with her editor is suddenly on the rocks, and her life in danger. This is one deadline Allie can't afford to miss! (iBooks).


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Sep 14, 2012
  • Miss_Bethany26 rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

"And if you like that number, I have a few more for you," I said, gaining steam. "One-thirty-four: my I.Q. Twenty-three-eighty-five: my SAT score. Four-point-O: my grade point average at UCLA. And finally," I said, standing and hiking my purse onto my shoulder, "Zero: the chance that I will degrade not only myself but my entire gender by writing a column that supposes having ovaries somehow limits our intelligence level to complexities of eyeshadow and sponge mops."
(pg. 8)


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