Praise for the I Really, Really Want It series:
A sci-fi short story. When scientists finally discovered the secret of consciousness – the C particle – they also discovered what the mystics had known all along: everything is conscious (in its own way). At least, those things that interact with the C particle. That includes pretty much all matter, anyway. And indeed, anti-matter, but that is of…
“Masterfully debunks the exquisitely perceived realm of celebrity. A riveting thriller from the start...truly original and distinctive." (Bookviral.com)
"DO NOT pick up this book until you have a few hours to give to nothing but reading."
"Clever prose...bitingly ironic and dark...a fast-paced story that will leave you breathless." (iamindeed.com)
"A darkly addictive world you won't soon forget." (bestthrillers.com)
A darkly comic thriller about love, life, sex, celebrity, handbags and possibly a vampire.
Celebrities can behave very, very badly. Meet the man who picks up the pieces. And buries the bodies.
Andrew Manning has spent twenty years repackaging and reviving celebrities whose careers have been overshadowed by scandal and is now the very special agent to a stellar list of stars.
Shelley Bright, singer and fashion icon, wants a divorce from her secretly gay Premier League footballer husband. She asks Andrew to blackmail him. Will he help her and what is Shelley’s own destructive secret? Reality TV star Joey Camp’s career goes into free-fall after he launches an expletive-laden attack on The Queen: how far is Andrew ready to go to save Joey’s career and exactly why is Joey looking so ill? Janey Jax, international Pop Goddess, what is it she wants that is so twisted and sick it makes Andrew’s flesh crawl and what on earth is going on with her teeth?
Meanwhile, Johnny, Andrew’s partner, begins a descent into “celebrity-induced psychosis.” There are voices in his head, and they tell him to kill celebrities. Will Andrew be able to balance the demands of so many different and desperate characters, or will he just end up dead?
"The pace is breathtaking...hugely entertaining and a great read!" US REVIEWS
"Insightful, intelligent and vibrantly engaging.Highly recommended." US REVIEWS
"Deliciously dark...when it ended I wanted more..." UK REVIEWS
In this episode: Is Joey really, really going to die? Things go very wrong for Shelley (and whose fault is that?). Meanwhile, an ambitious paparazzi is about to notice something very, very strange about Janey and Johnny decides that Paul Hunter must die.
The "I Really, Really Want It" series is available as 4 separate episodes, or all together in one bumper book of celebrity depravity: "I Really, Really Want It."