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Killing Paparazzi (Nina Zero #2)

3.77  ·  Rating Details ·  43 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
Nina Zero is a girl who attracts trouble. Serious trouble of the guns-a-blazing, knife in the back variety. After serving a prison sentence for single-handedly blowing up LAX airport - by mistake - she finds on her release that the world just won't allow her to lead a simple life. The "electrifying" demise of heavy metal group Death Row in a hotel hot-tub gives Nina the op
Paperback, 320 pages
Published April 8th 2003 by Minotaur Books (first published 2001)
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What would be the first thing you’d do after spending 5 years in prison? Go buy some new clothes? Get drunk? Go back to life in Smallville, USA? Not Nina Zero, accidental terrorist who earlier blew up part of LAX. No, instead she’s planning her wedding. It’s off to Las Vegas to hook up with Gabriel Burns, a man from the UK who she’s never met before. He gets a green card out of the deal, and she gets $2,000, with which she buys an old Cadillac Eldorado. Against all odds, Gabe and Nin
KILLING PAPARAZZI (Amateur Sleuth-Los Angeles-Cont) – G-
Eversz, Robert – 2nd in series
St. Martin's Minatour, 2001, Hardcover
Newly out of prison, photographer Nina Zero agrees to a green-card marriage for $2,000. The husband is a Brit and paparazzi. Nina joins their ranks but when someone starts killing the paparazzi, including her new "husband," Nina decides to find out why.
*** There's no question that Eversz knows how to convey Los Angeles with a wonderful satirical eye. But the problem I have
Taut, fast paced mystery with a good, strong female protagonist. The story was predictable but the writing was engaging and a sharp spoof of Los Angeles residents.
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A graduate of the University of California at Santa Cruz and UCLA's MFA Program in Film, Television, and Digital Media, ROBERT EVERSZ pounded the mean streets of Hollywood for a decade before fleeing to Europe to write Gypsy Hearts, an expatriate novel set in Prague and Budapest, and his five novels about Nina Zero and the American Obsession with celebrity culture.

Among other distinctions, his nov
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