Service Wash

Service Wash No stranger to tabloid gossip soap star Eileen Weathers is keen to put pay to the rumors about her murky past She wants to reveal the true unadulterated story or so she says But some of her stories

  • Title: Service Wash
  • Author: Rupert Smith
  • ISBN: 9781852429287
  • Page: 248
  • Format: Paperback
  • No stranger to tabloid gossip, soap star Eileen Weathers is keen to put pay to the rumors about her murky past She wants to reveal the true, unadulterated story, or so she says But some of her stories don t quite add up Did Eileen commit murder Did she really used to be a man It ll all come out in the wash .Rupert Smith, author of Physique The Life of John BarrinNo stranger to tabloid gossip, soap star Eileen Weathers is keen to put pay to the rumors about her murky past She wants to reveal the true, unadulterated story, or so she says But some of her stories don t quite add up Did Eileen commit murder Did she really used to be a man It ll all come out in the wash .Rupert Smith, author of Physique The Life of John Barrington, is a TV correspondent for the Guardian in London.

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    1. Even if I had some difficulties to get into the story at the beginning, a rating under 5 stars has never been questioned. WHAT A TERRIFIC FINALE! WHAT A GREAT WRITING!WHAT AN OUTSTANDING PLOT!Biography/memoir plays a major role in the books of Rupert Smith, in different forms and in different ways. Service Wash is a brilliantly told story about a TV-celebrity Eileen Weathers, whose private life, full of secrets and rumors, has always attracted much more attention and interest than her career as [...]

    2. It's a shame that the Kindle version has a lot of technical errors, but even those can't detract from the wicked humor, and if you have any knowledge of the way media organizations and personnel operate, that's a funny-bone bonus.

    3. Rupert Smith writes a dishy tabloid tale with unexpected some twists that I didn’t see coming. Not all that new, but most enjoyable.

    4. Ghostwriter gets put through the wringerA sardonic look at the world of celebrity TV. Some lough aloud moments and a good twist at the end.

    5. I really enjoyed this novel, the story is well presented and keeps you reading on. While the writing style seems straight forward, it never spoon feeds but rather keeps you concentrating on the text. I especially enjoyed the cut scenes with the introduction of Sonia Sutherland in chapter 6. All in, I found this well written and a good read. Recommended.

    6. TOTALLY BLINDSIDED that is me at the end of the bookI do not know whether to be angry with Smith or bow at his bravura. I think I will go with the latter.In this outrageous satire Smith leaves no stones unturned. Talk about washing your clothes in public. This is like finding all the nits in public, but is that so or is it just blindsiding hmm.Let us just say an ending a la' Sonia Sutherland with all that that entails. The higher the ratings the better.Hey all fun and smiles yes except for that [...]

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