They climbed up from the streets of Glasgow to the top of the world. Now these Hollywood icons are heading for a fall.
Twenty-five years ago, three friends from Glasgow shocked the world when they became Oscar-winning legends.
But now, they are all fighting for survival.
A-list actor Zander Leith has finally found happiness with his adored wife, Hollie. But a stalker with a familiar face is determined to take away the only peace he’s ever known.
Mirren McLean is one of the most powerful women in the industry. Successful. Respected. Untouchable. Until one mistake threatens to destroy her marriage and her career.
And Davie Johnston was once the king of late-night television. Now, his only chance to reclaim his crown is to gamble everything on himself.
Three stars, three tales of struggle and success. Now they’re discovering that in Hollywood, happy endings don’t last for ever. Sometimes they’re just the calm before the storm…
Who can you really trust in Hollywood?
I was not expecting to see the direction of the storyline in “The Fall” to make such a dramatic shift from happiness for our characters to utter despair and pain for MIrren, Zander and Davie. I won’t give anything away, but the title of the book perfectly depicts the future for our beloved characters. Regardless of what happened to them in the past, nothing could have prepared me for how hard they all fell into a place they never wanted to go. Their fall from grace in Hollywood was one thing, but their personal lives became media fodder and it was amazing to see how fast they fell out of popularity with the entertainment community. The one person who they all thought they could trust was playing a dangerous game and they were at a loss at what to do. Was there anyone in their inner circle they could really trust? When Hollywood secrets and lies were revealed it was Mirren, Zander and Davie, along with his girlfriend Sarah, who dug deep to finally tell a story that had been hidden for years. Throughout their journey we saw them deal with their personal disappointments with the strength and dignity that was the very soul of their friendship. No matter what happens, good or bad, they would always be there for each other.