Ray D. Shosay, if said quickly, rhythms with "rez-de-chaussée", which means ground floor in French. The author describes Ray as an oblivious savant and in addition to serving as an extraordinary carnet d'adresses, Ray's journal offers commentary on movies, language trends, politics and anything else that comes to Mr. Shosay's attention in a manner that would be familiar to fans of Terry Southern.
"Ray is our man in Hollywood--in Paris!"
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About the Author
Stephen Mitchell's previous book, Ignorance is Bliss, was described as America's answer to Martin Amis. It took us into the myopic and inebriated world of Martin Bliss, a senior Senator and an important figure on the Senate Intelligence Committee, who inadvertently changed the equilibrium of the world in between rounds of golf and wondering why the police were investigating him for the disappearance of his wife.