Hollywood Tough Read & Download è 104

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Hollywood Tough Read & Download è 104 Ö Back on the LAPD and hailed as a hero after taking down a deadly gang of rogue cops in The Viking Funeral Shane Scully finds himself unwittingly involved in a criminal scheme to take over the movie business Soon he will have to go deep undercover to take down a Hollywood conspiracyAt a glamorous party wiBack on the LAPD and hailed as a hero after taking down a deadly gang of rogue cops in The Viking Funeral Shane Scully finds himself unwittingly involved in a criminal scheme to take over the movie business Soon he will have to go deep undercover to take down a Hollywood conspiracyAt a glamorous party with. Well that was both hokey and cheesy Some of it was also entertaining especially the way the separate crime stories ultimately came together butit was really hard to tell when he was being ironic and when he was being serious And because some of it was obviously ironic or satirical it didn't fit too well with the parts that were straight Maybe a 25

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E deadly secrets To uncover them he must work alongside a former down and outer turned Hollywood impresario to infiltrate the movie business’s violent dark side a world where deals are settled with handshakes but broken with the spilling of blood and where the danger to Shane’s loved ones is all too re. I couldn’t put this book down read 64% in one sitting I liked the way they began investigating separate crimes then everything merged into one case Nice to see the introduction of Chooch’s girlfriend new characters are a great way of diversifying the story

Stephen J. Cannell Ô 4 Free read

Hollywood ToughHis new wife Alexandra Shane hears a world famous director make an ominous remark about the strange deaths of his ex wives This is than police business it’s personal Alexandra’s closest friend is engaged to the producerWhen he looks closer Scully discovers that the director’s mysterious past may hid. I like much of the television that Stephen J Cannell has written and produced It turns out that his fiction writing isn't too bad either I liked this It's not ground breaking or earth shattering or by any means awe inspiring But it is pretty good down to earth fun detective fiction and kept me turning pagesAs the third story in the Shane Scully series it picks up after he's become recently married and also found a son he didn't know about I had not read either of the first two books but Cannell does a reasonable job of filling in this necessary background as the new story moves along Both the wife and son become key players in the current taleKeep in mind that Cannell is a television writer so the plots and schemes of Shane Scully and the characters around him are suitably ridiculous and far fetched Taking that as a given the plot is inventive and keeps you guessing The characters were colorful and well drawn The settings might be a bit fuzzy if you weren't completely familiar with them from hours of network television set in Los Angeles The prose was easy on the eyes and inner ear except for a few times where paragraphs suddenly began with the word 'Suddenly' several times in a rowThe other main complaint is that the electronic edition of the book at least the one downloaded to my Nook device is full of typos This seems odd to me since I would think that a book published in 2003 would have full digital source on file and be fully edited by now The most noticeable problem was the intermittent substitution of the word 'die' for 'the' and not in the context of the German language