The Wall Street Journal bestselling author Larissa Reinhart is a 2015 Georgia Author of the Year Best Mystery finalist, 2014 finalist for the Silver Falchion and Georgia Author of the Year, 2012 Daphne du Maurier finalist, 2012 The Emily finalist, and 2011 Dixie Kane Memorial winner. Her work also appeared in the 2017 Silver Falchion Reader's Choice winner, Eight Mystery Writers You Should Be Reading Now. Larissa, her family, and Cairn Terrier, Biscuit, have been living in Nagoya, Japan, but once again call Georgia home. See them on HGTV's House Hunters International "Living for the Weekend in Nagoya" episode. Visit her website, LarissaReinhart.com, find her chatting on Facebook, Instagram, and Goodreads, and be sure to join her newsletter for a free short story: http: //smarturl.it/larissanewsletter.
"This couldn't be a timelier novel, as it highlights the sexist and ultimately damaging attitude of the entertainment business. The author so brilliantly creates an environment where Harvey Weinstein-like behavior could exist, and demonstrates how actresses must walk a delicate line in order to stay employed and still not be victimized. I love seeing Maizie grow as a character, and I absolutely adore the behind-the-scenes glimpses into celebrity culture. Maizie's missteps make each of her successes an absolute joy, and I encourage readers to delve into this lively, funny, and genuinely satisfying series." -- Cynthia Chow, Kings River Life Magazine"How timely is this novel with all the disturbing news coming out of Hollywood! A mixture of adventure, mystery, and romcom...So like Hollywood, you'll never figure out what is real and what is make-believe until you reach the end." -- Laura's Interests"I really enjoy this series. Part romcom, part murder mystery, they are the perfect weekend read." -- Jenna, Girl With Book Lungs"Another fun outing for Maizie Albright, former child star. Larissa Reinhart always brings humor and grit to her mysteries." -- Terri L. Austin, author of the Rose Strickland Mysteries and the Null for Hire series.The author has a flair for writing witty dialogue, whacky antics, and quirky characters. She does it well and keeps her readers intrigued throughout the story." --- Socrates Book ReviewWith visually descriptive narrative, humorous quips, witty repartee and a quirky cast of characters, this was a such a fun book to read and I enjoyed watching Maize tackle the situations that she found herself in. This was an engagingly entertaining book and I can't wait to see where we go next with Maize, Nash and the rest of the gang." -- Dru Ann Love, Dru's Book Musing