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The Llama Goes Up - Hollywood Havoc - Episode Two By John Klawitter
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HOLLYWOOD HAVOC: The Llama Goes Up The 2nd novel in the award winning HOLLYWOOD HAVOC series by Tinseltown writer and director John Klawitter, author of the widely acclaimed TINSEL WILDERNESS:... More > Lessons on Survival in Hollywood & Other Extreme Climates.< Less
Devils By John Klawitter
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Can his wife and daughter, immobilized in another dimension, find a way to save him? Can the single powerful force of human love conquer a race of relentless aliens intent on terra-forming earth into... More > a noxious planet like their own? And, impossible as it seems, can Sally, Anne Mae and Mica be reunited again, if only for the briefest of moments, by the love that inspires them to confront impossible odds?< Less
Foul By John Klawitter
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The 18th century London street penny novel that takes place in Los Angeles in 1984. Bloody murder most foul. Cruel deeds by men who kill without remorse. A decades old scam at the top levels of... More > professional football. And a badly dented hero who refuses to give up his desire for justice, his nearly hopeless love for his wench, or his sense of humor.< Less
Hollywood Havoc - The Trouble with Fat Boy - Episode One By John Klawitter
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Clever and energetic Matt Havoc thought he’d seen everything. As long-time assistant to B-movie Hollywood film mogul Vinnie Berger, he’s learned to think quick and move fast. But when his... More > quirky old neighbor goes into business with Nigerian scam artists who just may be terrorists, Matt finds himself a player in a deadly plot with more twists than one of Vinnie’s movies. As if that wasn’t enough, both a new love and a gorgeous and sexy ex-wife come back into Matt’s life at the same time. Something has to give—or does it? After all, this is Tinseltown, where survival is an art form and you’re only good as your last picture.< Less