The Forever Club by Martin Kramer

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Danny Finn-a pop star with a tendency to faint when nervous-has grown weary of living in fame's fishbowl. He's tired of touring, fed up with teenage girls intent on tearing his clothes and screaming in his ear, sick of the endless stream of tabloid lies. His agent offers Danny the chance to escape by faking his own death. When Danny suspects the Graybill Agency's fake-death scheme may be more deadly than fake, he turns to an unlikely source for help-tabloid reporter Kendall Shear.This suspenseful, quirky tale takes you on a wild ride with a peculiar collection of characters, including a bodyguard who debates the difference between irony and coincidence, two college girls who share custody of a half-eaten sandwich, and a hit man who brings his mark out of a coma. All the while, the tension builds as Danny tries to stay a step ahead of those he once trusted who now want him out of the way-for good The Forever Club twists and turns with interwoven plots that come together in a pulse-pounding conclusion.

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Published October 14, 2002 by iUniverse. 338 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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