Barry's Cherries

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iUniverse, Jul 27, 2006 - Fiction
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Barry Cherry, director of the B-movies "Too Hot for Tube Tops, Tough Dick" and "All Balls," moved to Nashville to escape the Hollywood fame game. Within a few years, he has made a quiet but good living for himself by producing a line of videos sold through late night infomercials. The stars of these videos-his Cherries-share his laid-back summer lifestyle.All is well until his friend and former Cherry, Roxy Ramone, spends a drunken night with an aspiring country singer. The night threatens to ruin Roxy's reputation, her engagement and her job as the upbeat host of a televised wrestling show. Roxy turns to Barry for help.Barry's quest to save Roxy from certain infamy leads him back into the confusing, disgusting, ridiculous world of fame-seeking narcissists, sycophantic lawyers and sensationalist reporters. He makes Faustian bargains, becomes a felon and suffers an unpleasant visit to the doctor. He survives run-ins with wrestlers, the police, an unfunny comic and dreaded bad publicity.Music City really has it all.

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