Tom Valle once worked for a very prestigious newspaper, but it turns out he had a little problem-he fabricated his stories. Now he's working in a small town that may be hiding big crimes-if you can believe it.
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by John Steinbeck
by Michael Lewis
by Erica James
by James Scudamore
by Walter Isaacson
by Charles Portis
by Daniel Wallace
by Man Martin
by Jonathan Franzen
by David James Poissant
"Dylan Baker characterizes a different kind of plumber in this account of duplicity, mayhem, and homicide. Baker's characterization is chilling as the hit man cunningly performs "wet work" for a top-ranking government agency to stop information leaks. Also involved is disgraced journalist Tom Valle, recently convicted of plagiarism, who is hot on the trail of the biggest news story of his career--one that will reclaim his reputation. Baker's tense and believable depictions take the listener from California to a remote cabin and then to confinement in a high-level psychiatric hospital. However, excellent narration can't salvage the story's illogical conspiracy theories or disappointing ending. G.D.W. (c) AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine"
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