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Ardelle and her sister Tiffany have always been flung into competition with one another, ever since their mother played a disturbing game to determine which daughter she would raise and which one she would send off to an orphanage.

Though Ardelle was given away, Tiffany still remained close to her and over time they cemented their bond, relying on one another for strength and support and finally chasing their shared dream of becoming real actresses all the way to the mean streets of New York. But New York has other plans for the two sisters as small-time mobster, Armond, latches onto Ardelle who quickly takes on the persona of Neptune, a rising starlet of the stage.

But Tiffany finds an ally in Tan, Armond's hulking enemy. Cutthroat competition and a desperate need for fame and fortune tear at these characters, driving them to extremes of success and failure. Will their greed and betrayal take its final toll? Find out in the well-paced, riveting pages of Bubble Catcher. Account Options Sign in. My library Help Advanced Book Search. Bubble Catcher. Lawrence J.

AuthorHouse , Mar 1, - Fiction - pages. Corneck No preview available - Bibliographic information. Bubble Catcher Lawrence J.

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Ardelle and her sister Tiffany have always been flung into competition with one another, ever since their mother played a disturbing game to determine which daughter she would raise and which one she would send off to an orphanage. Though Ardelle was given away, Tiffany still remained close to her and over time they cemented their bond, relying on one another for strength and support and finally chasing their shared dream of becoming real actresses all the way to the mean streets of New York. But New York has other plans for the two sisters as small-time mobster, Armond, latches onto Ardelle who quickly takes on the persona of Neptune, a rising starlet of the stage. But Tiffany finds an ally in Tan, Armond's hulking enemy. Cutthroat competition and a desperate need for fame and fortune tear at these characters, driving them to extremes of success and failure.

No eBook available Amazon. From the man who wrote the songs that outsold the Beatles and the Rolling Stones in , comes the story of the first decades of his life in Hollywood and New York. Along the way is all the heartbreak and drama that accompanies fame and fortune—an uprooted life, conflicted morals, and the sacrifice of his wholesome high school sweetheart Becky. With unbending sincerity, Hart details a life of extravagance, betrayal, loss, disillusionment, and an unstoppable personal struggle to find spiritual balance, peace, and love. Packed with intimate behind-the-scenes encounters with pop star royalty, Psychedelic Bubble Gum is tempered by humor, honesty, and a singular understanding of the industry. Bobby Hart has been called one of the world's most prolific, successful and influential songwriters. They also made numerous songs for television and motion pictures and spearheaded the Let Us Vote campaign, lobbying Congress to lower the voting age to eighteen. As a result of writing his memoir, Bobby has developed various keynote speeches and seminars. His songs and video productions are played around the world as well as his marketing and advertising plans.

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are seated with a bunch of OTHER YOUNG BOYS and GIRLS who sit before a Ardelle then looks at Mr. Diablo and whispers to Tiffany and they both giggle. I don't know if I'm in the second grade or if I'm in the fifth grade or if I have a  Lawrence J. Corneck - - ‎Fiction.

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