Exposé

Exposé

by Paul Ilett

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Overview

Exposé. A superstar's revenge on the world's most ruthless tabloid reporters.

One of Amazon's Top 10 Thrillers and the No.1 Best-Seller in Gay Fiction (July 2020)

"Brilliantly observed and devilishly demanding. Exposé is a can't-put-it-down riot. A triumph." ☆☆☆☆
Jake Hook, TheGayUK

"Great writing. A fantastic novel. You'll find yourself eagerly awaiting each exposé and wondering who's next." ☆☆☆☆
Jenny Green, The Sun

Tabloid columnist Valerie Pierce loves red wine, cigarettes and exposing celebrity secrets. Connected and influential, Valerie can make or break a career with just a few choice words.

TV golden boy Adam Jaymes is a handsome, openly Gay actor with a successful career spanning 20 years. But he has a lifetime of grudges against Valerie and her colleagues at The Daily Ear, the world's most salacious tabloid. And now he has decided to take his revenge.

After all, reporters have secrets too.

Valerie and her tabloid colleagues can only watch helplessly as Adam turns the tables and begins to expose their secret shames. And nothing will be the same again.

If you are searching for a genuine page-turner that's darkly comical and filled with shocking twists, then Exposé will keep you up into the small hours. So sit back and enjoy as the star reporters of the world's most popular tabloid have their own scandalous private lives splashed across the front pages.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781507763995
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/10/2018
Pages: 338
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Paul Ilett spent more than a decade working as a reporter across a range of different media organisations including newspapers, radio stations and TV news. He continues to write as a freelance journalist with articles published in the likes of The Guardian, Attitude, Press Gazette and Readers' Digest.

In the late nineties he worked for the BBC's news website and became one of the corporation's first online journalists. It was there that his interest in online media began, particularly how the rapid growth of social media (such as Twitter and Facebook) eroded the power of the traditional press.

A keen advocate of LGBT rights, Paul's writing also focuses on homophobia within the newspaper industry. Despite parodying many in the media, Paul's first novel EXPOSE received fantastic reviews in national publications - including a four-star rating from The Sun.

Paul is 48 and lives in England. You can follow him on twitter @Paul_Ilett

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