From shock-radio deejay Williams, the story of shock-radio deejay Ritz Harper, who made her fame by viciously destroying people's reputations on air and is gunned down in the streets.
Ritz has always been a hard-working good girl. But she is fed up with slogging through the night shift for WHOT in New York City. She wants to be a star. She finally gets her chance when she spills some titillating gossip about her old roommate, a famous newscaster. Suddenly, Ritz's star shoots to the top. She gets her own show in a prized time slot, and the mudslinging begins. Ms. Loose Lips will blab about anyone and anything that her spies can dredge up. If a rap star is on the down-low, you can be sure Ritz will be the first to bust down his closet door. If a young starlet has herpes, well, once she pays a visit to Ritz, her secret is safe no more. Soon Ritz starts waltzing down red carpets. She snaps at her friends and covets the limelight. She has become a true diva with a cold, calculating approach to life and success. Needless to say, by the time she is shot, there is a long catalogue of names from which to choose a suspect. However, dear readers, the gunman or gunwoman will remain a mystery until volume two.
Catty antics can't save the stilted dialogue, plodding plot and unsatisfying climax.