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Shinan Govani

Shinan Govani is perhaps best known for his celebrity watch column that ran in The National Post from 2001 to the fall of 2013.  Govani is currently a columnist with the Toronto Star.


Bold Face Names

Toronto: HarperCollins Canada, 2009.
PS8613 .O972 B65 2009

Publisher’s Synopsis

Part celebrity piñata, part scorching social satire, Boldface Names is a fast-paced romp through the land of the rich, the famous, and the wicked. In the eye of the party storm is Ravi, a vertically challenged gossip columnist (and self-confessed “tribe-traveller”), who snoops and schmoozes and amasses gift bags. But all hell breaks loose in the glittersphere when a mysterious D-list starlet is parachuted into Ravi’s life for safekeeping, setting off a high-stakes game of secrets and lies. Adding to the drama? The skeleton in Ravi’s own closet!


Publisher HarperCollins Canada