Tossed Off the Edge
In his first book Moral Ambiguity, Patrick Brown told the story of world-famous singer Kevin Gregory who harbored a lurid secret that he had shared for decades with famous televangelist Jimmy Standridge. This time around, we encounter the world of daytime television just as Sheila Wozniak gets booted from the long-running soap opera The Edge of Conflict. No longer America’s Sweetheart after a forty-year run, and with no foreseeable plans to return to the small screen anytime soon, Miss Wozniak decides to write her memoirs and engages the ghost-writing services of her show’s head writer who happens to be named Patrick Brown. As Wozniak pours herself a drink or two and tells her story, things get confused when she mixes up her reality with that of her character Regina Knight Harrison Donavan Taylor Donavan McDonald McDonald Woodward Merriweather Todd and a host of other memorable characters from film and television. Dive into Tossed Off the Edge, and you’ll read how Miss Wozniak got her start, about her difficult marriages, ungrateful children, her deep spiritual devotion, and an unparalleled servant problem. Brown keeps the story straight through footnotes without Miss Wozniak realizing she’s been corrected. She’s never been known to read the fine print.
About Patrick Brown (Vancouver, Washington Author)
Patrick Brown is author of Moral Ambiguity (2011), Tossed Off the Edge (2014), Murdered Justice (2017), and Pennington's Hoax (2018). Patrick's keen observational skills, scathing wit and sense of humor shine through in his plots, settings and memorable characters. Having worked in several fields, including the arts, civil rights, and politics, Patrick has broadened his knowledge of human nature, and frequently transforms personalities and situations into captivating stories and not-so-subtle social commentary.
Patrick created the blog "One More Thing to Read" at www.writtenbypatrickbrown