Stalkerazzi
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Stalkerazzi

by Peter Scott Harmyk
     
 

"There may well be a light on Broadway for every fame seeker's broken heart; in Hollywood, there's a palm tree...."

Pop icon Daemon Negranni has his red-carpet dream; along with it, the insatiable appetite of a life without boundaries. He's always making headlines, but this time they aren't about his epic parties or supermodel girlfriends. Baffling the LAPD and

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"There may well be a light on Broadway for every fame seeker's broken heart; in Hollywood, there's a palm tree...."

Pop icon Daemon Negranni has his red-carpet dream; along with it, the insatiable appetite of a life without boundaries. He's always making headlines, but this time they aren't about his epic parties or supermodel girlfriends. Baffling the LAPD and creating a tabloid feeding frenzy, an elusive stalker is invading the movie star's hilltop estate and then mysteriously disappearing. The media obsession erupts on the eve of Negranni's latest premiere. After two successive bombs, a blockbuster is the only thing that can save his A-list price tag and matching lifestyle.

Recent college graduate Christian White embarked on his Hollywood career as an intellectual idealist, though he was sadly na�ve. Wallowing in a TV news production job, Christian clings to his dream of writing prominence. After a chance meeting, an ensuing friendship develops between him and Daemon. Soon, the lure of celebrity excess proves to be an irresistible, though dangerous, force. Christian unwittingly discovers the scandalous truth about the man he's come to know, perhaps too late. In a town where dreams and nightmares can be one and the same, Christian must first confront a haunting past if he's to survive his precarious, if not deadly, fate – being the unwitting pawn for unscrupulous Hollywood power brokers.

Dare to experience an alluring world through Christian's eyes, where everything can be possessed for a price. And in that world, the value of life itself means nothing to those deathly intent on having and keeping it all.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780975351420
Publisher:
Outlet Press, The
Publication date:
12/30/2006
Pages:
303
Product dimensions:
5.90(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.30(d)

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