Gossip Hound

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Plume, 2002 - Fiction - 287 pages
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Grace Armiger isn’t living the high life. As a publicist in a London publishing house, she spends her days trying to interest an indifferent media in her collection of oddball authors. Home’s not much better - her scruffy apartment, untrustworthy boyfriend, and nagging mother aren’t doing much to keep her spirits high. Plus, she’s just had a wildly inappropriate one-night stand with one of her writers. But when a chance encounter turns into a brush with an A-list celebrity, Grace dares to think her life may finally be taking a promising turn...Across town, Belinda Black, a ruthless tabloid journalist, is about to make a crash landing into Grace’s unremarkable life. For just as soon as Grace thinks she’s found the man of her dreams, Belinda thinks she’s found the interview of hers. With 'Gossip Hound', Wendy Holden delivers yet another stylish, sophisticated comedy showcasing a winning and witty heroine who - against all odds- just may come out on top.

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I am not the biggest fan of chick lit, I'm not sure why but I think I've read one bad one too many if you know what I mean. I've been reading some heavy stuff of late and decided that maybe some chick ... Read full review

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Wendy Holden was born in Cleckheaton, Yorkshire, England on June, 12 1965. She studied English at Girton College, Cambridge. Before becoming a full-time author, she was an editor at numerous magazines including Apollo, Harper's Bazaar, Sunday Telegraph Magazine, and Tatler. Besides writing numerous novels, she also regularly writes features for newspapers and magazines and is a regular television and radio contributor.

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