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The Second Assistant By Mimi Hare

The Second Assistant
by Mimi Hare

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A tale from the bottom of the Hollywood ladder
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The Second Assistant by Mimi Hare

When you hit the lobby of the Hollywood's premier talent management company, The Agency, with its polished marble floor and a light so brilliant flooding through the vast windows that you reach for your Gucci sunglasses (before you remember they are last season's, and put them back swiftly), you realise that you are, arguably, in the most important place in Hollywood. And if you take a job there as second assistant, your life will never be the same again. So it is for Elizabeth, newly employed by Hollywood manager extraordinaire, Scott Wagner, and his side-kick, Lara, the woman who hates everyone and everything in Hollywood . . .

Elizabeth's first task is to separate the beige thumb tacks from the coloured ones on the notice board. And when Lara takes her out for her drink that night and gives her the first rule, Never to Date anyone in the Business, she thinks it'll be a doddle. Until the most gorgeous man rescues her after a fall, and she finds herself in a beautiful Malibu beach house . . .

Hilarious, sassy and utterly unputdownable, this is life in the Hollywood fast lane - with the top down.

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About Mimi Hare

Clare Naylor was an editorial assistant in a London publishing house, and is the author of several novels including LOVE: A USER'S GUIDE and CATCHING ALICE (Hodder Headline). This is her first joint novel with Mimi Hare, who was Director of Development on JERRY MAGUIRE and AS GOOD AS IT GETS at a Los Angeles production company. They are also co-authors of THE ACCIDENTAL HUSBAND, a film set to star Uma Thurman in Summer 2004.

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The Second Assistant by Mimi Hare
Mimi Hare
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Pan Macmillan
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