The Richard Jackson Saga
Book 3: Hollywood

An adventure filled series of a young man’s coming of age in the late 1950’s. Starting in the summer before his freshman year it follows him through high school and beyond. He finds wealth as an inventor and fame in Hollywood as he searches for a girlfriend. Wealth and fame prove easier than girls.
The third book, ‘Hollywood’ debuts Rick in the movies. From being a supporting actor to a leading role the young man finds that being a star is real work.
His invention of the adjustable faucet and electric hairdryer bring him money. The movies bring him fame. Finding him a girl that is not a gold digger or hanger on proves difficult. That takes effort like being nice to them and actually listening while getting to know the young lady.
For the young this is a coming of age adventure, for those who lived it a trip down memory lane, and for those with a search engine Easters Eggs galore.
This tongue in cheek saga is all true, give or take a lie or two.

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    Hollywood Reviews

  • Wil

    I have made it through number 3!...

  • Kevin Harrison

    Fun fast readI love this series so much that I missed the review on this one. After finishing the hole series came back to give it's well deserved 5 star...

  • Jerry T Sada

    Great readE.N. has continued to deliver a fast paced adventure. A great coming of age story, and a great dive into the late 1950s. I love the trip down my own memories of the same time. Ya, you have t...

  • Paul Wirtz

    Watch out world Richard is stepping outMore fun adventures with Richard. Lots of great books mentioned. You should read all of them. After this series of course. Richard poking fun at characters in bo...

  • Kate

    Fun again! Loving this series! Love the mc! Especially as he's a reader and he refers to characters in books I've read a long time ago and I barely remember the characters. I'll go back and dig them o...

  • Dale Campbell

    Fun read!I recommend that everyone read this book. I I enjoyed it a lot! Especially the name dropping and how the author wove The characters into the novel....