1 edition of For the Death of Me (Oz Blackstone Mysteries) found in the catalog.
|Statement||Headline Book Publishing|
|Publishers||Headline Book Publishing|
|LC Classifications||November 1, 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 72 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
nodata File Size: 9MB.
Life doesn't get much better than this. 'Meticulously plotted with every event contributing to a shocking triple-whammy finale' - Scotsman Oz Blackstone is enjoying the success of his latest smash hit movie. With his profile growing along with that of the series, it appears that his popularity wont be abating anytime soon either, as his legacy will continue to live on for some time yet. Everything he does is for them. He is a supporter of Motherwell Football Club.
Oz travels all the way to Singapore to track down the owner of some incriminating photographs but he's in grave danger of over-exposure. A varied career followed, including as a journalist, a political information officer, and media relations consultant.
Movie stardom, wealth, a successful marriage - Oz is standing on the brink of the Seriously Big Time and life just seems to keep lining up the cherries. He, Oz, lets her back in spare me!
Author: Publisher: ISBN: PSU:000019028927 Category: Agriculture Page: View: 552 Categories: Agriculture. A perfect blend of suspense with romance! The main character is an A list movie star, Oz Blackstone, and I just couldn't warm to him.
'Meticulously plotted with every event contributing to a shocking triple-whammy finale' - Scotsman Oz Blackstone is enjoying the success of his latest smash hit movie.
Looking to evict a somewhat skeletal squatter, they also go about trying to authenticate a supposed Dali masterpiece, which was brought by someone at a less than reputable auction.
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If this is supposed to be escapist glamour, then the author doesn't understand glamour and the only possible escape worthwhile is one away from the shackles of reading this awful wannabe-a-Scottish-Harlan-Coben drivel.