Hollywood Requiem

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Simon & Schuster, 1991 - Fiction - 281 pages
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Set in New York and Los Angeles, Hollywood Requiem follows Dan Springer on the strange path he travels in pursuit of the greatest coup of his career as a ghostwriter--penning the autobiography of Nina Hardy, one of Hollyood's most glamorous and reclusive actresses. Sunset Boulevard meets Fatal Attraction in this explosive novel of psychological tension about an obsessive love and deadly conspiracy.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Pity poor Dan Springer. Even though he's the best ghostwriter in the business, he's still smarting from the time he was bought off by bitchy actress Gloria Farren, who changed her mind and left him ... Read full review

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When best-selling ghost writer Dan Springer is offered the chance to "do'' the memoirs of actress Nina Hardy, a fabled, reclusive 53-year-old Hollywood legend, he jumps at it (and the $1 million ... Read full review


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