Double Exposure by Stephen Collins
A Novel

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In Double Exposure, Collins plunges readers into a world he knows intimately -- broadcast television. We meet top TV critic Joe McBride, who's doing fine professionally, but whose private life is a mess, what with a five-year-old daughter, an angry ex-wife, and a very-soon-to-be-ex-fiancie, not to mention a come-hither co-anchor, and a beautiful brand-new neighbor who's alluring, available . . . and much, much more than meets the eye.Savvy, sexy, and edge-of-the-seat suspenseful, Double Exposure is the kind of thriller only an industry insider could create, a star turn from a man who knows that when people talk about a role to kill for, sometimes they mean exactly that.

 

About Stephen Collins

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Since his big-screen debut in All the President’s Men, Stephen Collins has starred in more than twenty feature films, including The First Wives Club, as well as miniseries such as Scarlett and A Woman Named Jackie. He currently stars in Aaron Spelling’s critically acclaimed drama 7th Heaven. His books, Eye Contact and Double Exposure, are available from Brilliance Audio.
 
Published April 22, 1998 by William Morrow. 256 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Crime. Fiction

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Well-drawn bit players steal focus from annoying, self-centered leads in this media-centered psychosexual thriller from film and TV (7th Heaven) actor Collins (Eye Contact). Neurotic media critic Joe

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Well-drawn bit players steal focus from annoying, self-centered leads in this media-centered psychosexual thriller from film and TV (7th Heaven) actor Collins (Eye Contact). Neurotic media critic Joe

May 04 1998 | Read Full Review of Double Exposure: A Novel

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