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From Miami to Beverly Hills, from Mexico City, Acapulco and Las Vegas, Lucky Sanangelo is back! And so is the illegitimate son Anthony Bonar, of her one time Godfather and lethal enemy, Enzio Bonnati.

Lucky is preparing for the opening of her new multi-billion dollar hotel complex in Las Vegas, The Keys. But Anthony Bonar - drug lord and vicious killer - is out to stop her in any way he can.

Meanwhile, Max, Lucky's wild 16-year-old daughter, has run off to hook up with a man she met on the Internet. Instead of the gorgeous guy she thought she'd be meeting, he turns out to be an obsessed rich psycho with a deep-seated grudge against Lucky. And so the lethal games begin...

©2007 Jackie Collins; (P)2008 Simon & Schuster Audio

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  • 12-24-15

Drop Dead Listenable

If you could sum up Drop Dead Beautiful in three words, what would they be?

Raunchy, soapy, wonder

What other book might you compare Drop Dead Beautiful to, and why?

Many of Jackie's other works follow a similar pattern. But that's why we love them, right gurlz?

Have you listened to any of Jackie Collins’s other performances? How does this one compare?

Yes. Jackie is always a delight when she appears in any of her audiobooks. Her range of accents is particularly appealing. You haven't lived until you've heard Jackie go all Jamacian on you.

Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

It made me feel a cross between joy and devotion.

Any additional comments?

RIP Jacks...

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