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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
A wickedly funny psychological thriller about literary ambition, envy and the lengths an author will go to get on the bestsellers list.
Our Price: €20.49
ISBN/EAN9781841156408
Stock: 1
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Pub. Date: July 1 2002
Author: Colapinto, John
Format: Paperback
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A wickedly funny psychological thriller about literary ambition, envy and the lengths an author will go to get on the bestsellers list. Cal Cunningham dreams of writing an autobiographical novel that will help him escape from his life as a penniless bookstore stockboy in upper Manhattan. Yet, after two years of living together, it is Stewart, Cal's studious flatmate who has finished writing a page-turning novel - based on Cal's life. When a timely, fatal bicycle accident removes Stewart from the scene, Cal appropriates the manuscript as his own and places it in the hands of the legendarily ferocious literary agent Blackie Yeager. Soon Cal realises his most outlandish fantasies of literary success. That is, until he discovers that someone knows his secret. For Cal, this means plotting not just his second novel, but also his first murder.
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