Sheet Music: A Novel

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Branden Pub., 1999 - Fiction - 301 pages
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Welcome to the world of the music business in the '90s, where drugs, sex, rock and roll isn't a slogan it is a way of life. Sheet Music is played in the conference rooms of the national capital, in the offices and bedrooms of Hollywood's elite and on the streets and alleys of LAs ghettos. As president of Legend Records, Donald Fortune is the most powerful person in the record industry. He rules his kingdom with ruthless power, capable of making or breaking careers at the drop of a hat... or skirt. However, all is not perfect. To keep his perch atop the entertainment world and his unbridled ego fed, Fortune is forced to do business with dangerous fringe elements. These deals could increase his power... or bring it crashing down around him...

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