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Canongate, 2006 - Humorous stories - 346 pages
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A hilarious satire of celebs and the media they love to hate

All is not well in the big smoke. When a shadowy cat-burglar called 'Fingers' starts nicking diamonds from London's celebrities, Macaulay Lewis, a misfit news-hound, smells opportunity. If he can unmask the thief, he might just stand a chance of holding down his job with the paper. His ex-girlfriend might fancy him again. He might even get snapped by the odd celeb magazine himself. Fame glitters. But is all that glitters really worth the cab ride home?

Overexposure is arch farce and rollicking thriller rolled into one, with unforgettable characters, brilliant dialogue and laugh-out-loud quips. Expose yourself to the flashiest, edgiest comedy of modern life in recent years.

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About the author (2006)

HUGO RIFKIND was born in Edinburgh in 1977. Currently a columnist for The Times, he has also written for the Herald, the Sunday Times, the Evening Standard, the Mail on Sunday, the Daily Mail and GQ. He now lives in Camden Town, London.

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