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Publisher's Summary

Teddy Fay returns to La-La Land in the latest thriller from number one New York Times best-selling author Stuart Woods.

Teddy Fay is back in Hollywood and caught in two tricky situations. First, a rising star at Centurion becomes the target of malicious gossip, and Teddy must find and neutralize the source before the situation gets out of hand - or becomes violent. At the same time, Teddy finds himself targeted by a criminal thug bearing a grudge. 

It's a lot of knives to juggle, even for a former CIA operative-turned-movie producer accustomed to hazardous working conditions. This time Teddy will need to leverage every bit of his undercover skills and fearless daring to stay one step ahead of his foes...or he'll find himself one foot in the grave.

©2020 Stuart Woods and Parnell Hall (P)2020 Penguin Audio

Critic Reviews

“A fun, exciting story.” (Publishers Weekly)

“The perfect bonbon to pick up for distraction during those long production numbers at the actual Oscars.” (Kirkus Reviews

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Much ado about nothing

Oh how the Great have fallen. Stuart Woods has written some excellent novels, but with success has let ‘Stone Barrington devolve into a high end drunk Lothario and now Teddy Fay into a sad Burlesque show reminiscent of the three stooges or Abbot and Costello.
The narration of this amusement park plot that went no where was quite good, and truly the only noteworthy part of this book. I stopped reading the Stone Barrington novels several editions ago (I really enjoyed them for quite awhile) and now after giving Teddy Fay a chance have relegated his future novels to the archives.
This book was a waste of my time (which can never be replaced) and money (that could have been better spent.

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antiquated

My God Stuart Woods needs to stop. His works have become the babbling of an elderly man that can bot change with the times.

Every character is a stereotype.
Every Cop in every city is Irish?
The studio system in hollywood is still a thing!
and who the hell goes to ice cream 'parlors'?
Musso & Franks....really?

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Always bet on Teddy!!!

Another exciting Teddy Fay Novel! This new series does not disappoint. We need more of this series!

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Teddy Faye gets senile

This book is lazy and so full of “inside Hollywood” filler that it’s essentially boring.

The way the veteran with PTSD is handled is shocking in its stereotypical and ignorant treatment of veterans. Shame on the authors!

Teddy lets himself get caught twice, really??

The whole Mark Wheldin thing is complete nonsense, could the world be that dumb?

Academy awards for everyone ask Martin Scorsese how that worked out for him.

This book is beyond lazy and is boringly dumb. Hard pass!

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I can do the next day if I want to go to the store and get it done and I will be home in a

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Wonderful Stuart Woods story.

Stuart Woods tells great tales. This Teddy Fay story was refreshing because it did not include Stone bedding someone every other chapter. This was very refreshing.

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I want Teddy Fay on my team!

I love this series and I look forward to the next installment as much as the Stone Barrington series. I hope Teddy gets up to 50 plus books like Stone. Can't wait for the next one!

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Twists and turns all the way to the end.

A very enjoyable listen. You never know what's going to happen next. The multiple storylines and interesting characters kept me interesting to the end.

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One of the weakest Stuart Woods novel I’ve listened to in years, I hope you Stuart sees this.

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Teddy Fay book

Another great book by Stuart Woods. Hopefully he will have another Teddy Fay book for our listening pleasure.