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UGLY – Mick Garris

UGLY - Mick Garris

When it comes to writing, they say, “one should write what they know.” Well, Mick Garris knows PLENTY, about living in the San Fernando Valley, and equally as much about the film industry. In his last novel, Salome, he covered both of those subjects, and now in his latest, he draws us back in again to the world of, bright lights and movie stars, or should I say…just another day in the Valley!

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Posted October 7th, 2016.

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SALOME – Mick Garris

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James Turrentine, our lead character, is a famous writer who knows everything there is to know about the film industry, and I mean… EVERYTHING… from the glitz and glamour, right down to the ugly, backstabbing side of the corporate film studios.

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Posted May 10th, 2015.

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SECRETS – John Callas

Secrets is a roller coaster ride from start to finish. Taking place during Nazi Germany, a secret agent’s parents are assassinated and makes it his life’s goal to find out who and why this happened? During his quest, he is assisted by a Black Ops agent, Christina, who is beatiful as well as smart to help him track down the clues and suspects.

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Posted February 23rd, 2015.

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MR MERCEDES – Stephen King

There are certain times in the year we get excited, certain “events”. The holidays, 1st Day of Summer, latest big blockbuster at your local movie theater. However, for King fans, none of these come close to the release of a new Stephen King book.

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Posted June 25th, 2014.

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JOYLAND – Stephen King

When we think of Stephen King we immediately think of “horror”. Dubbed the “Master of Horror”, King has scared us by taking the most innocent things like dogs, cars, clowns, kids, and many other things and turning them into nightmares. However, there is another side to King. He can write and tell the most amazing stories that have nothing really to do with horror such as; The Shawshank Redemption, Stand By Me (The Body), and The Green Mile. All three known as some of his best work. Well, you can now add another wonderful tale to that list: Joyland.

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Posted July 27th, 2013.

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