I Should Have Stayed Home
Temptation and desire in Hollywood. Hard-boiled. Perverse! Ralph Carston, a handsome young man from Georgia, and roommate Mona Matthews work as extras and dream of Hollywood stardom when a courtroom fracas by Mona gives them a flash of notoriety. This leads to a swank Hollywood party and an introduction to Ethel Smithers, a rich older woman with a less than pure interest in Carston.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ParadisePorch - LibraryThing
McCoy wrote in the 1930s in a contemporary setting. This story revolves around Ralph, a small-town hick who’s come to Hollywood to break into pictures, and his roommate Mona who is equally desperate ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - datrappert - LibraryThing
McCoy's story of a naive Georgia boy trying to make it in Hollywood has that same desperate 1930s tone that pervades his other work, along with such books as Thieves Like Us and You Play the Black and ... Read full review