Sleight of Hand Norman Eliot intended to put Hollywood behind him His acting career was sputtering He was tired of Los Angeles Best he thought to get out and find a way to live But then one of the world s most succ

  • Title: Sleight of Hand
  • Author: Mitch Sebourn
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 194
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Norman Eliot intended to put Hollywood behind him His acting career was sputtering He was tired of Los Angeles Best, he thought, to get out and find a way to live But then one of the world s most successful directors invited him to audition for his next project A project tied to an old and evil enterprise of drugs and violence And the ghosts of those desperate andNorman Eliot intended to put Hollywood behind him His acting career was sputtering He was tired of Los Angeles Best, he thought, to get out and find a way to live But then one of the world s most successful directors invited him to audition for his next project A project tied to an old and evil enterprise of drugs and violence And the ghosts of those desperate and abused.

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    1. It’s been five years since Norman Eliot was in a film directed by Trey Landry. While Norman took to writing over the five year hiatus, Trey Landry had become a very successful director. After all this time, Landry has a major role in mind for Norman. Once the role is secured, he arrives in Las Vegas to begin filming. He meets Alyssa, a young prostitute, who shortly thereafter falls to her death.During a break in the filming, he meets Katelyn Kellum, a young author. She’d written The Common S [...]

    2. I think, personally, that Mitch has a wonderful book here. The style is nice, the story and tone of writing consistent. Normally this is not a genre that I frequent, however I do enjoy it. I believe that Mr. Sebourn is very accomplished at his writing and from what I can tell from the book itself, seems very confident in his abilities as an author, as well he should be. In point of fact the only bad thing I really have to say about 'Sleight of Hand' is that I feel like it was too short. When I f [...]

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