Hollywood wives

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Pocket Books, 1984 - Fiction - 550 pages
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A glittering glimpse of the alluring luxury- and temptation-filled lives of the wives of Hollywood's "royalty"--the wheelers and dealers and stars whose lives are patterned after the fantasies of their films.

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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

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Jackie Collins has written more than a dozen novels since 1968 which have sold 200 million copies in 40 countries. Her novels are regulars on the New York Times Bestsellers List. Set in such glamour capitals as New York, Beverly Hills, the Hamptons and London, they detail the lives, loves, and obsessions of her fictionalized characters including the famous and near-famous, power-brokers and show business insiders. Several of her novels and their sequels, including Hollywood Wives and Lady Boss, have become successful television miniseries, produced and written by Collins. Big screen successes have been The Stud, The World Is Full of Married Men, and The Bitch. Collins, sister of actress-writer Joan Collins, was born in England.

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