Hollywood Wives

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Pocket Books, 1986 - 560 pages
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They're rich, powerful, and ambitious--and whatever the new generation of Hollywood wives want, they get. They will stop at nothing for their chance in the spotlight. There are no limits to their passions--or their excesses--and there are new rules to the power game. Megastar Lissa Roman is about to discover that the game itself can exact a deadly price.

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User Review  - BookConcierge - LibraryThing

This is a trash novel. The plot is as thin as some actresses; the characters are cardboard cutouts. But it's the kind of trash novel that I take guilty pleasure in devouring at the beach. Read full review

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User Review  - bhutton - LibraryThing

Good trashy fun. Struck the right balance between light fun and a serious story. The wrap up was a bit quick and anyone who survived to the end seemed to have a happy ending, but overall a good story. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
21
Section 3
33
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About the author (1986)

Jackie Collins was born in London, England on October 4, 1937. She appeared in a series of British B movies in the 1950s and made appearances in the 1960s ITC television series Danger Man and The Saint before giving up an acting career. She has since played herself in a few television series including Minder in 1980. Her first novel, The World Is Full of Married Men, was published in 1968. Since then, she has written more than 30 novels including The Love Killers, Hollywood Husbands, L.A. Connections, Dangerous Kiss, Lethal Seduction, Deadly Embrace, Hollywood Divorces, Drop Dead Beautiful, Poor Little Bitch Girl, Goddess of Vengeance, Confessions of a Wild Child, and The Santangelos. Several of her novels have become successful television miniseries, including Hollywood Wives, Lucky, Chances, and Lady Boss, which she wrote and produced. Big screen successes have been The Stud, The World Is Full of Married Men, and The Bitch. She also wrote an original movie, Yesterday's Hero. She died of breast cancer on September 19, 2015 at the age of 77.

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