Streetsmart

Streetsmart Saskia Thomson is the most glamorous successful talked about magazine editor in the world Her creation STREETSMART is on a roll building a circulation that exceeds even VANITY FAIR or VOGUE with

  • Title: Streetsmart
  • Author: Nicholas Coleridge
  • ISBN: 9780752834269
  • Page: 339
  • Format: Paperback
  • Saskia Thomson is the most glamorous, successful, talked about magazine editor in the world Her creation, STREETSMART, is on a roll, building a circulation that exceeds even VANITY FAIR or VOGUE, with its combination of celebrity gossip, glossy fashion and serious investigative journalism Then Saskia is found dead Her brother Max is left holding the babies STREETSMARTSaskia Thomson is the most glamorous, successful, talked about magazine editor in the world Her creation, STREETSMART, is on a roll, building a circulation that exceeds even VANITY FAIR or VOGUE, with its combination of celebrity gossip, glossy fashion and serious investigative journalism Then Saskia is found dead Her brother Max is left holding the babies STREETSMART and Saskia s nine year old hyperactive son Cody As a war photographer, neither of these duties are ones he feels particularly qualified to fulfil But before long Max finds himself fighting to save the magazine The predators are closing in and Max soon discovers that Guerrilla warfare in Eritrea is nothing compared to this

    553 Comment

    • Jayne Charles says:

      I had such fun reading this book, but my overall impression is tempered by disappointment at the ending. It felt rushed, and reminded me too much of Scooby Doo (which always requires its villain to spill his/her guts in spectacular and forensic fashion in order to explain all the mysteries to the viewer). Oh, and I guessed part of the whodunit, but it was cleverly plotted so that’s not a negative as far as I’m concerned.At the beginning of the story the author sets up two mysteries to take c [...]

    • Susan Liston says:

      I've read a couple of Nicholas Coleridge's books and liked them, this one I had a hard time getting into. I hated most of the characters and didn't give a rip about the magazine or who did the murder of the annoying woman or whatever. This wasn't horrible, it is a perfectly readable book, and there was a time, recently, that I probably would have finished it, but I'm trying to jettison books I'm not crazy about and just skipping to the end if I feel the need to know what happens. The rating is j [...]

    • PreppyPrincess says:

      My least favorite of all the author's books, it very much had the rushed feel of something late for deadline.

    • Frankie says:

      I liked this, although I was a little disappointed as it was not a patch on the first book I read by Coleridge (Godchildren). The plot had some good twists and was quite well written. Worth a read.

    • Melissa says:

      This book was slow and boring. I really thought it was going to be good. I guess not all can be winners.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *