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In this riveting first novel, movie-TV-stage actor Stephen Collins lures us into the private world of Nicolette Stallings—a New York actress whose best performances are off-screen, in her dangerous relations with men.
Pierre Hotel. Room: name of Nicholas. 1 A.M. Tonight. Nick finished writing, closed the matchbook, took one look at the stranger across the crowded restaraun...more
Paperback, 10 pages
Published May 1st 1995 by Bantam
(first published June 1st 1994)
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So I didn't actually read this book, I ordered it off of amazon thinking it was the "eye contact" about the kids that disappeared into the forest... It turns out to be an "erotic thriller" written by the guy who plays the dad/pastor in a tv show.... I tried to read it, but couldn't quite get into it. A pastor shouldn't write stuff like that!
I've always been a fan of the actor, not I'm a big fan of the writer. While it's been awhile since I've read it, I remember being totally surprised by the ending and being pulled along chapter to chapter, unable to put the book down.
I meant to order another book by the same name from the library. I got to page 90 when I decided that I'd had enough of Stephen Collins. In real life he liked to expose himself to young girls. I guess that was HIS fantasy, so Nick's fantasies were from his depraved mind also. The first thing that I noticed that was askew was his/her love of the appearance of male genitalia. That isn't normal for a heterosexual male or woman unless the guy is a Narcissist. . If Nick only felt good about herself ...more
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