When two friends discover old video footage of an unknown saloon singer, they try to pass it off as bootlegs of a long-lost cabaret legend. But their prank backfires when the viral sensation takes on a vivid—and lethal—life of its own…and as its fame increases, so does the body count. Scaldingly funny, brutally unsentimental, nerve-shreddingly suspenseful—and featuring a mid-story switcheroo on par with Hitchcock’s "Psycho"—The Sugarman Bootlegs reads like the bastard child of "All About Eve" and "Frankenstein." It’s a highly addictive cross-cultural mash-up as only Robert Rodi (Fag Hag, Kept Boy) could do it.
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"A take-no-prisoners tale of the dark side of fame, with recognizably over-the-top characters and an 'oh no she didn't' twist. Will keep you reading—and guessing—until the very last page." - Cynthia Ashworth, author of Her Latest Supporting Role