Sweet Things Dying

Sweet Things Dying When out of work journalist Eva Goldberg reluctantly takes on an assignment to ghostwrite the autobiography of one of Hollywood s brightest stars she uncovers the truth surrounding the mysterious d

  • Title: Sweet Things Dying
  • Author: Dana S. Feldman
  • ISBN: 9781941957141
  • Page: 349
  • Format: Paperback
  • When out of work journalist, Eva Goldberg, reluctantly takes on an assignment to ghostwrite the autobiography of one of Hollywood s brightest stars, she uncovers the truth surrounding the mysterious disappearance of a woman, and the murders of several others As some truths are unearthed, Eva is besieged with questions than she could ever have imagined Despite puttinWhen out of work journalist, Eva Goldberg, reluctantly takes on an assignment to ghostwrite the autobiography of one of Hollywood s brightest stars, she uncovers the truth surrounding the mysterious disappearance of a woman, and the murders of several others As some truths are unearthed, Eva is besieged with questions than she could ever have imagined Despite putting her own life in peril, she cannot stop herself from digging further until she gets to the bottom of the truth.

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    1. After reading Dana Feldman's Cuts Like Glass and really enjoying the fast-paced read and the many twists and turns, I picked up "Sweet Things Dying" and was once again taken for a thrilling ride! Feldman again crafts the perfect first-person point of view and takes you in the mind of flawed protagonist, Eva Goldberg. Feldman uses a gripping prologue to reel you in then develops Goldberg early on in the story through inner-dialogue and action. From of the mind of Goldberg: “My proclivity toward [...]

    2. I read this book in about two days. That's how much I loved it. I think the writing is what pulled me in the most. The author did a great job. I highly recommended it.

    3. I have a new favorite author. I read both Dana S. Feldman's books in less than 5 days. I'm looking forward to her next book. Hurry please.

    4. What a great read! I loved every minute of this book I could hardly put it down. It kept me very engaged. All the twist and turns kelp me on the edge of my seat! I'm sure I will read it again! Sweet Things Dying

    5. This was a very good thriller/mystery story. I would recommend this book to anyone.I would recommend this book to anyone. I love suspense and mystery and this book delivers. Buy this book today!

    6. I really loved this book! Loved the characters and the storyline kept me guessing from start to finish. I can't wait to read Dana's next book!

    7. Awesome bookThis one was really hard to put down. I hope another book is coming because I hated for it to end.

    8. Gripping read with lots of twists and turns. Kept me engaged the whole way through. can't wait until her next book!

    9. I thought it was an okay story but was just fascinated by the fact that the sun rose and set over the Pacific ocean. How does that work?

    10. Mystery, suspenseGood, quick read. You just do not want to put this one down.Can't wait for the next one in this series.

    11. Eva Goldberg is an out of work journalist. When she’s asked to ghostwrite the autobiography of a big Hollywood star, she’s reluctant, but finally agrees. As she begins working, she uncovers the truth behind a woman’s disappearance and the murder of several other people. Even though she is in danger, she can’t stop digging until she uncovers the truth.Sweet Things Dying by Dana Feldman is an interesting story, marred somewhat by an annoying alternative use of character names that can be a [...]

    12. "I read this book last summer and thought it was fab - a great setting and a really feisty main character."-- New York Times bestseller Elizabeth Haynes (Into The Darkest Corner) as posted to her Facebook page

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