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by Paul Ilett


by Paul Ilett


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The sequel is out soon, so read Paul Ilett's bestselling and addictive satirical thriller Exposé today.

"One of the best books I've read this year. If you've ever wanted to see one of the tabloid papers brought down, then this is the novel for you. Just brilliant." ☆☆☆☆☆ Sarah Woodall, Goodreads

Tabloid journalist Valerie Pierce is hiding a secret of her own, and it's about to be exposed. Valerie Pierce has led a charmed life. For decades she has enjoyed the rewards of being a top newspaper journalist and columnist. Influential, wealthy and connected, Valerie can make or break careers with just a few choice words.

But superstar actor Adam Jaymes has had enough of seeing his private life splashed all over the pages of Valerie's newspaper, The Daily Ear. Now married to one of the world's wealthiest men, he finally has the resources to take his revenge. Adam is launching a deliciously mischievous plot to turn the tables on Valerie and her tabloid colleagues, by investigating their private lives - and exposing their secrets for all to see.

Exposé is a sensational thriller dripping with black humour. If you like characters you love to hate, sizzling satire, and hilarious surprises, then you'll adore Paul Ilett's addictive, page-turning satirical thriller.

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

"Great writing. A fantastic debut novel from a former journalist" ☆☆☆☆ Jenny Green, The Sun

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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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