The Llama Parlour


Author: Kathy Lette

When Kat Kennedy, a straight-talker from Australia, wins a walk-on part in a cult Hollywood sitcom, she soon discovers the bizarre side of life there. Nude car washes, jacuzzi orgies, a drug addict heart-throb and a dead body are just a few of the things she has to deal with…..Read More

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