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Rush and Molloy reveal how they got the goods on the rich, famous, and powerful and uncovered celebrity scandals from Hollywood to Broadway to Washington.
“[They’re] naming names.”—Extra
Together, married syndicated columnists George Rush and Joanna Molloy broke some of the biggest stories of recent years in the pages of New York’s Daily News. They also crossed paths with—and sometimes, just crossed—such boldface names as Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Sarah Jessica Parker, Julia Roberts, Jay Z, Donald Trump, Anna Nicole Smith, Bernie Madoff, Pam Anderson and Tommy Lee, Princess Diana, Bill O’Reilly, Oprah, and Kirstie Alley and her baby possum. And that’s just for starters.
 “[They’re] dishing the dirt.”—The New York Times
Along the way, they turned down bribes, were threatened with lawsuits, tangled with politicians and gangsters, fought off blackmailers, saw things they wished they hadn’t, became unlikely relationship counselors to star-crossed lovers, and exposed, unraveled, and reported on the entertainment industry’s biggest rumors, blind items, and unbelievable truths—while keeping their integrity every salacious step of the way.
“Downright shocking.”—The Palm Beach News
Now comes Scandal—part memoir, part love story, part tabloid report—from these icons of print and web journalism. Where’d they get their stories? Who ratted out whom and why? And how did they get away with it? Over the years, they’ve kept a few secrets to themselves—but in this book, they’re telling all…
“Breathlessly enjoyable.”—Michael Musto, Out