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About That Night by Elaine Bedell

Genre: Fiction
Source: HQ Stories
Amazon

About The Book

Sometimes it only takes one night to change everything
Elizabeth Place might have been jilted on her wedding day one year ago, but at least she’s still got her brilliant job producing one of the biggest shows on TV!
But when larger-than-life TV host, Ricky Clough, dies live on air, her life is sent spinning out of control. And with foul play suspected, the spotlight is turned firmly on his colleagues – especially Hutch, the man desperate for Ricky’s job and whom Elizabeth is secretly dating.
As her world comes crashing down around her, Elizabeth realises that perhaps the only person she can really trust, is herself…


My Thoughts

This had been a surprising read; the secrets of the television world, the ups and downs, the secrets and pain. Ready to discover “About That Night”?
I can’t never resist a suspicious murder, and let’s admit that a presenter dies on the air sounds like a fool play! Elizabeth Place world is melting, she has to help the police trying to investigate the suspicious murder, but she is a really strong woman, with a cold mind that will allow her to survive the worst moments she will have to face.
The story turns arounds the investigation, who the victim really was, Ricky Clough, and deep sight of the world behind the cameras. I am sure you are aware that not everything is light around television; there dark secrets and lies everywhere, not a place I would like to work at all!
This had been an addictive and funny read, since the first page I wanted to know more about the characters and the story. The story is between the investigation and some flashbacks of the main characters. It made the story compelling and real.
This is a great story to enjoy anywhere, but be advised, you’ll not be able to stop till you know everything “About That Night”!


About The Author

Elaine Bedell was a BAFTA award-winning TV producer before becoming Controller of Entertainment at the BBC and Director of Entertainment & Comedy at ITV. She has commissioned and produced some of the UK’s most popular entertainment shows, including The X Factor, Strictly Come Dancing, Take Me Out, Britain’s Got Talent, The One Show, Top Gear and Saturday Night Takeaway. She lives in Hackney and has two children. She is currently Chief Executive of the Southbank Centre. About That Night is her first novel.

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