Mar 28, 2020
The Driver: He's Got Escorts In His Caddy And That Ain't Good
Posted by Greg D'Alessandro

George Donato is an unemployed screenwriter, having just lost his staff writing job on a cable sitcom Desperate for cash, the neurotic George takes a job driving escorts hired by an ex con George quickly learns the job is too dangerous he s officially a panderer , so he tries to quit, but the ex con won t have it George continues driving escorts, falls in love with oGeorge Donato is an unemployed screenwriter, having just lost his staff writing job on a cable sitcom Desperate for cash, the neurotic George takes a job driving escorts hired by an ex con George quickly learns the job is too dangerous he s officially a panderer , so he tries to quit, but the ex con won t have it George continues driving escorts, falls in love with one a sweet Brazilian, who dreams of being the next Warren Buffett Things take a turn for the worse when George and his escort go the house of a famous sitcom star and witness a female studio head beating up the star They escape the house, but find out the next day the sitcom star has been murdered Soon, George becomes a suspect in the murder Meanwhile, the Studio Head tries to buy George s silence by offering him a six figure deal on his animated children s screenplay George is caught in a moral vortex should he lie and have a career or should he tell the truth and bring down a studio head Lost in the underbelly of L.A the only thing he can do is keep on driving Like El Leonard s Hollywood novels GET SHORTY and BE COOL, THE DRIVER AN LA STORY skewers an industry built on nonsensical hierarchies and the personalities that hold all of the power in the film industry and have no intention of sharing it with a nobody like George Unlike Leonard, however, D Alessandro writes what he knows back when he was a struggling, unemployed screenwriter, D Alessandro took a last resort job driving escorts for a busy Los Angeles escort agency All of the clients, including the not so thinly veiled bold faced names, were actual agency clients Besides the obvious publicity value, this insider s look at the escort industry and the semi autobiographical nature of the story gives THE DRIVER added commercial appeal With his self deprecating and frequently hilarious quips, THE DRIVER has in George Donato an appealing protagonist with the same appeal as Lawrence Block s comedic burglar Bernie Rhodenbarr or Janet Evanovich s Stephanie Plum.

  • Title: The Driver: He's Got Escorts In His Caddy And That Ain't Good
  • Author: Greg D'Alessandro
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Driver He s Got Escorts In His Caddy And That Ain t Good George Donato is an unemployed screenwriter having just lost his staff writing job on a cable sitcom Desperate for cash the neurotic George takes a job driving escorts hired by an ex con George quic


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