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Celebrity ghostwriter Stewart "Hoagy" Hoag is off to London to dig up the secrets of reclusive bad-boy superstar Tristam 'T. S.' Scarr, formerly of the legendary British rock group Us. T.S. is ready to reveal all, in a book destined to become a controversial best-seller. But then someone intends to send Hoagy to the top of the charts with a bullet.

©2006 David Handler (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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  • wisconsinclark
  • 26-06-18

If you like Andy Carpenter, you will love Stewart

I came across David Handler while clicking on if you liked. I find many good books this way, that otherwise, I never would have discovered. I love this series, up to book seven and will finish the series before I go on to my pre-orders. The dialog is snappy, entertaining, and contagious. Nothing gory, just good classic mystery writing.

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  • Pamela
  • 12-01-21

Narcistic display of knowing the rich and famous

This isn’t so much of a book as the way for the author to display how much he knows about the rich and famous. He spends way too much time talking about what tailor to use and not nearly enough time in the mystery part of the story. The first book I read was good (and free never hurts) so I used an Audible credit here. Ugh. Oh well, now I know.

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  • Andrea L
  • 16-10-20

Always A Good Story

Another one of my favorite authors that does a wonderful job of writing and Sean Runnette narrating the story about Stewart Hoag, "Hoagy" who is a celebrity ghost writer. In book 2, Hoagy goes to London to get all the information on a bad boy superstar of a British rock group from the 60's. Hoagy also meets an old love while collecting secrets and information and things take an unexpected turn.