Double Exposure

  • by Stephen Collins
  • Narrated by Susan Ericksen
  • 7 hrs and 31 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In Double Exposure, Stephen Collins plunges listeners into a world he knows intimately: broadcast television. We meet top TV critic Joe McBride, who's doing fine professionally, but whose private life is a mess, what with a five-year-old daughter, an angry ex-wife, and a very-soon-to-be-ex-fiancée, not to mention a come-hither co-anchor and a beautiful brand-new neighbor who's alluring, available...and much, much, more than meets the eye.Savvy, sexy, and edge-of-the-seat suspenseful, Double Exposure is the kind of thriller only an industry insider could create, a star turn from a man who knows that when people talk about a role to kill for, sometimes they mean exactly that.


What the Critics Say

"An erotic thriller...compelling...very satisfying...should quicken a pulse or two....Stephen Collins has the write stuff." (In Style)
"It's sexy, it's scary, it's definitely for adults only." (Dayton Daily News)
"It's a 'can't-turn-it-off' reading by Susan Ericksen, who provides subtle vocal changes for crucial characterizations, especially throughout the potentially confusing conversations between the adult females of the story. This is a savvy and sexy reading!" (AudioFile)


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Eroticism and a plot!

This is an adult listen and if you like erotic parts mixed with a good plot, you'll enjoy this book. The story is easy to get into and there is a surprise ending that I also enjoyed.
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- Roger


I enjoyed listening to this book as I usually do when Susan Erickson is narrating. It's an interesting portrait of the lengths to which a revengeful (very creative!) mind might go. It certainly raises questions about the power wielded by TV critics (or any media critic, for that matter) as well as the naivety, foolhardiness and self involvement of a sexually aroused male ego. I've given it fewer stars because there was something slightly disjointed about it - a kind of cynicism that I don't personally enjoy --> horrifically manipulative female vs self-absorbed, led-by-the-penis male. When I think about it, nearly every character in the book is portrayed unsympathetically. Perhaps that's why I didn't like it. Others with less need for warm-n-fuzzies might rate it higher : )
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- mergra

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-19-2008
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio