The Charity Thieves by Robert Cubitt
When did working with a TV company become an invitation to risk life and limb?
Andy Mirren can’t believe his luck when he is appointed to work as the liaison between his charity and the TV company that runs its annual telethon. But his dream turns to a nightmare as he discovers that the producer and his girlfriend are on the take and that the glittering array of celebrities he must look after are a bunch of idiots (and that’s putting it politely). And that’s even before Andy meets their agents.
The Charity Thieves tells a highly original story of a world that looks squeaky clean on the outside but is rotten to the core. From London to deepest Africa, Andy must fight for his survival if the truth is ever to be told. If you liked The Devil Wears Prada, The Wolf of Wall Street or LA Confidential then you will love the Charity Thieves...
Number of Words: 80500
Published: Dec 2015
Genre: Crime & Detective
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