Everybody knows

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In Hollywood, nobody talks. But everybody whispers. Welcome to Mae Pruett’s LA. A ‘black-bag’ publicist at one of Hollywood’s most powerful crisis PR firms, Mae’s job isn’t to get good news out, it’s to keep the bad news in and contain the scandals. But just as she starts to question her job and life choices, her boss is gunned down in front of the Beverly Hills Hotel, and everything changes. Investigating with the help of an ex-boyfriend, Mae dives headlong into a neon joyride through the jungle of contemporary Hollywood. Pitted against the twisted system she’s worked so hard to perpetuate, she’s desperately fighting for redemption, and her life.

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THE SUNDAY TIMES BOOK CRIME BOOK OF THE MONTH

‘Cinematic and insightful. Everybody Knows is a tour de force.’ GUARDIAN
‘A heart-racing journey of danger and redemption.’ DAILY MAIL
‘I doubt there will be a better American crime novel this year.’ DAILY TELEGRAPH
‘Dark and thrilling.’ GRAZIA

In Hollywood, nobody talks. But everybody whispers.

Welcome to Mae Pruett’s LA. A ‘black-bag’ publicist at one of Hollywood’s most powerful crisis PR firms, Mae’s job isn’t to get good news out, it’s to keep the bad news in and contain the scandals. But just as she starts to question her job and life choices, her boss is gunned down in front of the Beverly Hills Hotel, and everything changes.

Investigating with the help of an ex-boyfriend, Mae dives headlong into a neon joyride through the jungle of contemporary Hollywood. Pitted against the twisted system she’s worked so hard to perpetuate, she’s desperately fighting for redemption, and her life.

Readers are gripped by Everybody Knows:
***** ‘The year’s best detective novel. . . a fresh take with a compelling heroine worth rooting for.’
***** ‘Powerful and brutal. I couldn’t put it down.’
***** ‘A wonderful yet wretched exploration of human nature, you will struggle to put this book down or ever forget it’
***** ‘Addictive. . .an atmospheric neo-noir with crackling dialogue and finely drawn characters.’
***** ‘A superb story with a genuine sense of moral outrage.’

Additional information

Weight 0.345 kg
Dimensions 19.8 × 12.9 × 2.5 cm
Author

Publisher

Imprint

Cover

Paperback

Pages

320

Language

English

Edition

1st paperback ed

Dewey

813.6 (edition:23)

Readership

General – Trade / Code: K