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Man Who Would Be F. Scott Fitzgerald by David Handler


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Also by David Handler:

The Man in the White Linen Suit, August 2019
The Girl with Kaleidoscope Eyes, August 2017
Phantom Angel, February 2015
Who Could That Be At This Hour?, November 2012
The Snow White Christmas Cookie, October 2012
The Blood Red Indian Summer, October 2011
The Shimmering Blond Sister, October 2010
The Sour Cherry Surprise, July 2008
The Sweet Golden Parachute, April 2006
The Burnt Orange Sunrise, October 2004
The Bright Silver Star, November 2003
The Hot Pink Farmhouse, November 2002
The Cold Blue Blood, October 2001
The Man Who Cancelled Himself, January 1995
Man Who Would Be F. Scott Fitzgerald, February 1993

Man Who Would Be F. Scott Fitzgerald
David Handler

Stewart Hoag Mystery #3
February 1993
On Sale: February 1, 1993
Featuring: Hoagy Stewart
244 pages
ISBN: 0385467826
EAN: 9780385467827
Kindle: B0089LOJLS
Hardcover / e-Book
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Blue-blooded, scotch-ad-gorgeous Cameron Sheffield Noyes is the new enfant terrible of American letters. Writer of the wildly best selling first novel Bang, Noyes is the media's latest darling and the current ringmaster of New York's literary circus. Between photo shoots for Vanity Fair and interviews for The Paris Review, he's having a blast trying to outdrink Dylan Thomas, outbrawl Ernest Hemingway, and outsnort the entire brat pack. There's only one problem: with such a busy schedule, Cam simply can't find the time to write his long-overdue second novel. Enter Stewart "Hoagy" Hoag.

Once the toast of the publishing world himself, Hoagy is now reduced to eking out a living as a celebrity ghostwriter and reluctant amateur detective, aided by his neurotic basset hound, Lulu. Hoagy agrees to help Cam write his new book, a tell-all account of his meteoric rise that promises to expose the greed and corruption that fester beneath the shiny surface of the publishing industry.

As Hoagy digs deeper into Cam's past, however, he becomes more and more convinced that something doesn't smell right - and it isn't just Lulu's breath. Because the corpses are starting to pile up faster than the pages of Cam's manuscript. Now Hoagy finds himself in a desperate race to uncover the secret of Cam's past - and nab the killer who will do anything to keep it hidden.

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