When Harry Hit Hollywood: A Novel

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Sourcebooks, May 1, 2006 - Fiction - 384 pages
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Harry, toast of the L.A. party scene, has just landed in the Hamptons facing an ultimatum: clean up his act or be cut off from the family fortune. But the "sleepy resort" that his father remembers is now the hottest party scene on the East Coast. And everyone has plans for Harry...

Soon, millions are riding on who can win his heart and his hand-in marriage, that is. Two women-an overweight heiress and a self-made, but heartbroken, businesswoman-vie for the prize. But can anyone really tame Harry?

Author Mara Goodman-Davies grew up among the Hamptons elite before turning to comedy and writing. When Harry Hit the Hamptons is filled with the kind of delicious gossip only an insider could know.

Goodman-Davies dishes on the flings and schemes of the rich and famous in this hilarious and heartwarming debut novel-a lively ride through a summer of love and trickery, all set against the celebrity-filled Hamptons scene.

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Party boy from L.A. who never had to grow up spends a long hot summer drying out in the Hamptons—in a dishy debut that feels like a roman clef. Stylish, aging garmentos Irma and Sam Raider ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Mara Goodman-Davies is a former stand-up comedienne turned international public relations/media placement consultant. She is the author of When Harry Hit the Hamptons, and is often quoted in Redbook, Cosmopolitan and others. Mara splits her time between New York, the Berkshires and her hometown of Palm Beach, Florida.

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