From Larry King, host of CNN's Larry King Live and Edgar Award-winning mystery writer Thomas H. Cook comes a madcap caper about the bright lights and dimwits of Manhattan.
When the lovely Allison Vandameer concocts a scheme to get herself into film school against her father's wishes, she has no idea the forces she's unleashed. She and her political pundit/media megastar father, along with a cast of colorful characters who'd be equally at home in a Woody Allen movie, all unwittingly conspire to create a citywide web of intrigue, insanity, conflicting political values and personal agendas. The action takes them to the Plaza, to Queens, to Herald Square, to Tiffany, and into bars, bedrooms, Bergdorf Goodman and back, with everything culminating on live television in front of all of America in a dizzying climax that proves that love confuses all.
Thomas H. Cook is an Edgar Award-winning master of crime fiction and was named one of Drood Reviews' Ten Best Mystery Writers of the Year.
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