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on 27 June 2010
Funny? No not really. Informative? Yes only what we already knew. A disappointing read when more was expected . If anything I think the author was feeling sorry for herself when writing this book or perhaps she was short of a few bob and saw it as a bit of a cash cow. The story was tired just like some of her colleagues who seemed to spend the working day in the local hostelry. Who said it was only Members Of Parliament who fiddled their exs.
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on 12 April 2014
got book over 3 years ago. tells u what she did .knows how 2 phone hack very intresting giving court trail
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on 15 December 2013
It is such an interesting book I just had to keep on reading , didn't want to put it down
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on 17 November 2015
Loved it, couldn't put it down, Sharon Marshall tells it how it is, well written
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on 27 May 2012
It is claimed to be a true story based on the experiences Sharon Marshall - the writer - had when working as a tabloid journalist. If you have followed the "News of the World" episode this book is unlikely to bring you any great surprises of the tabloid world. Since the book does not really give any insight of the writer's personal life either it failed to keep me interested. The book is neither funny nor witty. Who could have thought that the reality of the tabloid life could be so boring. Writing is repetitive and could have benefited from serious editing. Instead of 275 pages the story could have been told in 2000 words.
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on 18 February 2011
Another book about gossip, re: Celebs.
Good read, a little boring in places, not interested in Sharon's lovelife, but well interwoven at times.
Would read other books by Sharon, but I can't really recommend as a gossipy celeb book.
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