She Died Famous


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 Famed actress and singer Kelly Trozzo found dead at her mansion in California.  Inside sources say that there were both bloody finger and footprints at the scene.  Who could have killed this loved leader of the KTroops (fans)? There are a few individuals that have raised eyebrows seen coming out of police headquarters.  Her best friend Lizzy, who took her place on her show when Kelly’s life was in shambles, her assistant Jez, an obsessed fan turned employee and Kaleb Reed. He is the author; she  made famous with a simple tweet and the man she became mixed up within a strange twisted love affair.  The man she paid to write her memoirs and the man who is the number one suspect.

This psychological thriller is so fascinating it keeps you turning the pages long after bedtime.  This story is written in a way that makes you feel like it’s happening in the present time with headlines ripped from today’s magazines, newspapers, blog posts, and even police interviews.  It is a disorienting look into what I believe is probably more fact than fiction in a majority of celebrity’s lives, and it’s not pretty.

Not everything is as it seems on the surface, and as you delve deeper into Kelly’s life, you realize that she will do what she needs to do to survive. 

Guaranteed this book will keep you guessing until the end of “who did it.”  This book is beyond deserving of five stars, and I can’t wait to see what the author has in store for us next.  Huge thank you to NetGalley and Kyle Rutkin for the free copy in turn for an honest review.

Published by booksandmoggies

I love reading and enjoy spending time with my husband & kids. The four legged kind, my house is full with 4 dogs and 5 cats ❤️. There’s more to me, but let’s save that for the obituary.

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