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by | Read by Jean Reed-Bahle

Fiction • 12 hrs. • Unabridged • © 1992

Kate Watson, editor of a New York publishing company, dedicates herself to salvaging the incomplete autobiography of Lydia Southland, a major television star. As their friendship grows, they acknowledge truths about themselves and maintain their integrity, in two very cut-throat industries. The story is told in a brisk manner which reflects the frantic pace of the lives portrayed. The narrator tells the story well and does not change voices for various characters. Telephone conversations are very life-like, with the listener able to discern the tininess of the transmitted voice. A successful telling of a tale of private and public lives of two media women. D.D. ©AudioFile, Portland, Maine [Published: MAR 93]



Book pak • Brilliance Audio • 1992

CS ISBN 1561000973 $73.25 • Eight cassettes cassettes

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