I am very happy to announce that my next novel “Citizen Hollywood”
is now available.
The story picks up in April of 1939, a month after the end of The Trouble with Scarlett.
Theater and radio wunderkind Orson Welles stashes himself at the Chateau Marmont until he’s ready to make his splashy entrance. But Kathryn Massey knows he’s there.
Now that Kathryn is back at the Hollywood Reporter, she’s desperate to find the Next Big Thing. Scooping Welles’ secret retreat would put her back on the map, but by the time she hears rumors about his dangerous new movie, she’s fallen prey to his charms.
Marcus Adler is still scrambling for his first screen credit. His Strange Cargo will star Clark Gable after Gone with the Wind wraps. A huge opportunity knocks but Machiavellian studio politics mean Marcus’ name might not make it to the screen. It’s time to play No More Mr. Nice Guy.
Gwendolyn Brick is nearly 30. Her baby brother wants her to move with him to the exotic Orient, but she wants to give Hollywood one last go. When she saves Daryl Zanuck from humiliation, he rewards her with a chance at a role in a major movie.
When William Randolph Hearst realizes Citizen Kane is based on him, he won’t be happy—and when Hearst isn’t happy, nobody’s safe.
The first chapter is available to read on my website: CHAPTER ONE
Citizen Hollywood will available in all formats. The paperback and Kindle ebook versions are available right now:
And the other versions (including the ones below) will become available as they come online (but they each seem to do it at their own unpredictable pace so check back on the Citizen Hollywood page of my website for updates.)
Barnes & Noble Nook ebook
Apple iTunes ebook
And when you have read it (and assuming, of course, that you enjoyed it), if you have the chance and inclination, I’d really appreciate it if you could leave a review on my Amazon page. Rate it as many stars as you see fit, and give your honest opinion. The more reviews a book has, the higher its Amazon profile. Thanks!
Have you read Book One yet?
is available in all formats
More information can be found on my website:
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As a special promotion to celebrate the release of Citizen Hollywood,
the Kindle version of The Garden on Sunset has been slashed
to only 99 cents until Sunday 16th February 2014.
Procrastination is not recommended!
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Your support has been wonderfully encouraging.
All the best,
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