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L.A. Times
LA Times
Author: Stuart Woods
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ISBN-13: 9780060590413
ISBN-10: 0060590416
Publication Date: 4/1/2004
Edition: Abridged
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.

3.5 stars, based on 1 rating
Publisher: HarperAudio
Book Type: Audio Cassette
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Helpful Score: 4
Good story right up to the end, which I think others will like more than I did. It just makes me a little nuts to go through 350+ pages and have it all wrap up in 4.
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Helpful Score: 1
This is a good thriller, especially if you are familiar with the L.A. area.
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3 Hours / 2 Cassettes.
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EXCELLENT, I really like this author.
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Very good book by a good author.
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Crime Thriller about a former NY mobster trying to pass himself off as a successful LA movie producer while his past seeks to catch up with him.
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Prolific crime writer Woods is back in form with a propulsive thriller featuring a movie mogul embroiled in multiple murders. While his last effort, the disappointing Santa Fe Rules , had a similar plot trajectory, Woods succeeds here with the help of a dynamic protagonist whose ambitions fuel a wild ride and an explosive ending. Vincente Michaele Callabrese works as a shake-down artist for the mob in New York City's Little Italy, but moviegoing is his passion. Early in the story, he changes his name to Michael Vincent and makes a break for L.A., where with the help of powerful studio head Leo Goldman he fufills his dream of becoming a big-time producer. Vincent's cosa nostra connections keep in touch, particularly old pal Tommy Provenzano, whose rise to power in New York parallels Vincent's in Hollywood. Eventually, Vincent's desire to bring a gentle turn-of-the-century novel to the screen leads him to employ the sorts of techniques and friends that served him in his mafia days.
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Mobsters, movies and mystery just what Stuart Woods does best. Surprising twists and turns.
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Good story by Stuart Woods
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Great book
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A real page-turner with a great ending. More thought-provoking than most of Woods' other novels.