The Forgotten Lies

The Forgotten Lies

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1935, Hollywood

In a studio-owned house on Lantana Drive, three beautiful young starlets wait anxiously for news.

Charlotte, Bee and Ivy are each desperate to win the role of a lifetime - the part that will see their name in lights. And with Warner Brothers' new motion picture, each thinks they've found it. Whoever lands the role will star opposite gorgeous leading man Liam Malone. Friendships have been broken for so much less, and these girls aren't friends . . .

What's more, they also know the bright lights bring with them a terrible scrutiny. Every bad word, every stolen kiss, every careless promise risk being uncovered by the press. And at least one of the girls is concealing far more than someone her age ought to be - secrets that have left scars the cameras haven't yet picked up.

But surely it's only a matter of time before people remember? You can run away from the past, but in the glare of the spotlight you can't always hide.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 400 pages
  • 128 x 194 x 22mm | 222.26g
  • Penguin Books Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0141026049
  • 9780141026046
  • 1,145,341

About Kerry Jamieson

Kerry Jamieson was born in South Africa and studied in New York, Miami and Los Angeles. Her first two novels were The Golden Door and A Shadow on the Wing. She has also written numerous short stories and screenplays. All of Kerry's work reflects her strong interest in the Jazz Age and the Great Depression.
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