Sin and Celluloid: A Tale of Hollywood

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iUniverse, Sep 17, 2009 - Fiction
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He's on the lam!
Debt-ridden drifter Waylon Boyd fakes his own death. He reinvents himself as Duncan Seaver, leaving a neglected wife and stacks of unpaid bills behind in Token Creek, Arkansas. After landing in Los Angeles, Duncan finds that his good looks and sex appeal make him a "star" in the seedy world of blue movies.

Her career's on the skids!
Out-of-work actress Madeline Vaughn needs a job, now! Fifteen years have passed since her hit series "Hollywood Crime Scene" was canceled. She's forced to hit the streets of Los Angeles to land that one juicy part that will put her back into the spotlight.

He's unlucky in love!
Madeline's neighbor, vintage furniture dealer Bradley Fontaine, has given up on finding the right guy. But after meeting Duncan, he's renting him his vacant pool house. Duncan's ability to manipulate both Madeline and Bradley propels him deeper into an ambitious vortex of money, power and notoriety.

She's got a gun!
Once Duncan's abandoned wife Rhonda suspects her "dead" husband isn't really dead after all, she scams her way west, following his trail of lies and deceit. In a town where image is everything, Rhonda's search for the truth comes at a higher price than she ever imagined.

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