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In the past, Tess has had enough trouble guarding her own body. Keeping a spoiled movie princess under wraps may be more than she can handle - even with the help of Tess' icily unflappable friend Whitney - since Selene is not as naive as everyone seems to think and is far more devious than she initially appears to be.
This is not Tess' world. And these are not her kind of people, with their vanities, their self-serving agendas and invented personas, and their remarkably skewed visions of reality - from the series' aging, shallow, former pretty-boy leading man to its resentful, always-on-the-make co-writer, to the officious young assistant who may be too hungry for her own good.
But the fish-out-of-water P.I. is abruptly pulled back in by an occurrence she's all too familiar with: murder. Suddenly, the wall of secrets around Mann of Steel is in danger of toppling, leaving shattered dreams, careers, and lives scattered among the ruins - a catastrophe that threatens the people Tess cares about...and the city she loves.
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By BJG on 02-10-09
I Enjoyed It
I'm not sure if I read the same book as the previous reviewer but I heard a really good mystery. There was nothing religous about it. Mayhem befalls a tv show filming in Baltimore and Tess figures it out. Nothing terribly innovative but it was engrossing and suprising.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
By Meredith on 01-06-16
Weakest Tess volume
Not enough of what we all love about the series. This mystery could have been set anywhere with any characters. The least personal of the Tess Monaghan books, it does nothing to move any characters forward except Lloyd, and even then in a surface way. Good mystery. Bad Tess.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful