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She needs to repair her reputation, find out if Welles will take on the tycoon, and extricate herself from an affair with a man whose kisses make her melt like milk chocolate. Hollywood writers are only as good as their last screen credit, but Marcus Adler is still scrambling for his first. His Strange Cargo will star Clark Gable after Gone with the Wind wraps, but Machiavellian studio politics mean Marcus' name might not make it to the screen. It's time to play No More Mr. Nice Guy.
Opportunity knocks when his boss challenges the writing department to outdo The Adventures of Robin Hood, and Marcus is confident - until the love of his life bursts back onto the scene. How can he write another word until he knows for once and for all whether he and Ramon Navarro will be together? And to make matters worse, it seems like someone in town is trying to sabotage him.
Everyone knows if you haven't made it in Hollywood by the time you're 30, it's curtains... and Gwendolyn Brick is starting to panic. She's considering moving to a naval base in the Philippines with her baby brother, but she wants to give Hollywood one last go before she gives up. When she saves Twentieth Century Fox honcho Daryl F. Zanuck from an appalling fate at a poker game that goes awry, he rewards her with a chance at a role in a major movie. Gwendolyn needs to win before her ship sets sail. When William Randolph Hearst realizes Citizen Kane is based on him, he won't be happy - and when Hearst isn't happy, nobody's safe. Marcus, Kathryn, and Gwendolyn need to go for broke, and the clock is ticking. Citizen Hollywood is the third in Martin Turnbull's series of historical novels set during Hollywood's golden age.
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By ZacharyKindle Customer on 09-01-17
What made the experience of listening to Citizen Hollywood the most enjoyable?
Enjoying the name dropping and details of scenery, dress etc of that era.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Catherine, because she's so level-headed.
Have you listened to any of John C. Zak’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Yes, in the other Garden of Allah books. He does an excellent job in each!
Who was the most memorable character of Citizen Hollywood and why?
HUGO, BECAUSE HE WAS .....SPOILERS
Any additional comments?
ANOTHER EXCELLENT BOOK, I'M ON TO THE NEXT. I HOPE HE'S WRITING THE ONE AS WE SPEAK, BECAUSE I WILL HAVE FINISHED THIS SERIES BY NEXT WEEK!!! 😁 🏇
GET GOING MR TURNBULL!!! 🏇🏇🏇🏇