Stage Door Written-By –. Goffin-King. B. People Say Written-By. Category Country Year. 0383 Peter James Stage Door, People Say (7") Reprise Records . 0383 UK. 1965. Related Music albums to People Say, Stage Door by Peter James.
International Best Seller. James wondered whether his plot was too improbable, until he sat down with two friends from the New York Police Department. I took them out for dinner and said, ‘What I really want to know is whether the Mafia still exists today, or whether it’s just a sort of fiction like The Sopranos. I told them my story in the book about the accident: Three characters and this 20-year-old boy from New York and the mother comes over and wants everybody involved in that accident tortured and killed. The just-published Perfect People occupies its own special territory. Although James wants his fans to have a good read, he also wants them to think hard about the issues it raises. Talking to Postmedia News from his Brighton home, James says the seeds for this novel were planted a decade ago during another visit to America.
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Sure, James Gandolfini struggled before The Sopranos made him an unlikely leading man. But James Gandolfini didn’t eat potato chips for dinner every night because he conscientiously objected to playing one of Santa’s elves in Kmart ads. Dinklage recently moved away from New York, the city he called home for most of the past 20 years - first in Williamsburg and then in the West Village. The city was making him feel older than his 42 years. Dinklage stayed in New York and soon was landing stage work and the occasional low-budget film. But he couldn’t book commercial jobs, because he wasn’t interested in the kinds of roles that paid well for dwarves. Specifically, he wouldn’t play elves or leprechauns.
Existing fans of Peter James will delight in this work that demonstrates his skills and a new reader will be equally pleased by the author's work. That's not to say it's bad per se, but its main characters are poorly fleshed out, one-dimensional bores, and the ending is depressingly predictable - almost from the first page. I found the premise of The Perfect Murder by Peter James to be implausible – two people in an unhappy marriage plotting to kill each other. Why didn't they just get a divorce or separate?
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