Book Reviews of Malibu

Malibu
Malibu
Author: Pat Booth
ISBN-13: 9780517575062
ISBN-10: 051757506X
Publication Date: 6/10/1990
Pages: 375
Edition: 1st ed
Rating:
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Publisher: Crown
Book Type: Hardcover
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White-hot story of romance, revenge and obsession set in America's wildest and wealthiest beach community.
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Ritz and glitz with a twist.
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Malibu is a white-hot story of romance, revenge and obsession, set in America's wildest and wealthiest beach community.
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This is a story of romance, revene, obsession and lovemaking. Take splace in Malibu where the wealthiest people, movie stars are everyday people making deals their way of live. Lots of hot passion throughout the book.
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From the Book cover:
Leaving the dark confines of downtown Manhattan, gorgeous blonde photographer Pat Parker sets her sights on the gold coast of Malibu to study under legendary photographer and environmental activist Ben Alabama and one day realize her ambition to direct films. Talent soon leads her to a job with "New Celebrity," America's hippest new magazine. Passion leads her straight into the arms of the sultry Tony Valentino, a willful young star...
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From Publishers Weekly
In the seventh of Booth's novels of fashionable places (most recently Beverly Hills ), photographer Pat Parker forsakes trendy Manhattan clubs to focus on the celebrity enclave of Malibu. After a harsh encounter with her mentor-to-be, environmental photographer Ben Alabama (whose fame rivals that of Ansel Adams), Pat faces a dilemma: Should she be true to Alabama's cause, the preservation of Malibu's remaining wilderness, or accept a big-bucks job with New Celebrity magazine, owned by Alabama's enemy, developer and media baron Dick Latham? Heading the magazine's masthead is Emma Guinness, veteran of London scandal rags and queen of rapacity. When Pat becomes involved with a promising young actor who once spurned Emma's advances, Emma vows vengeance on one and all. Booth hinges the denouement on a highly unlikely secret, further weakening a plot burdened by vapid dialogue, swollen prose and improbable events. Real issues clash awkwardly against heavy name-dropping in this montage of steamy sex, lost causes and wide-angle comeuppance.