Stewart Hoag
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  • 1
    The Man Who Died Laughing | David Handler

    The Man Who Died Laughing

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    • By David Handler
    • Narrated By Sean Runnette
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    Stewart Hoag’s first novel made him the toast of New York. Everyone in Manhattan wanted to be his friend, and he traveled the cocktail circuit supported by Merilee, his wife, and Lulu, his basset hound. But when writer’s block sunk his second novel, his friends, money, and wife all disappeared. Only Lulu stuck by him.

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    The Man Who Lived by Night: Stewart Hoag Mystery | David Handler

    The Man Who Lived by Night: Stewart Hoag Mystery

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    • By David Handler
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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.

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    The Man Who Would Be F. Scott Fitzgerald: Stewart Hoag Mystery | David Handler

    The Man Who Would Be F. Scott Fitzgerald: Stewart Hoag Mystery

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    An ax-wielding monk hacks at the door. Toby Peters is on the other side, running as fast as his recently broken leg will allow. Alongside him is Salvador Dalí, dressed in a rabbit suit, insistently muttering “grasshoppers” as they try to make their escape. Dalí insists on being carried across the lawn, so Peters hobbles along with the surrealist in his arms. They get in the car just as the monk chops down the front door. The car doesn’t start, and the monk charges silently, the ax in the air.

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