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by Joseph Nemie

Connor Wilcox, the most listened to Conservative Talk Radio personality of all time is in trouble and unbeknownst to him, elements within the GOP are willing to murder to keep him on the air. Outwardly, Connor is a bombastic and righteous one man religion but below the surface lay demons of absolute power which in the end could lead to his ultimate demise.Connor's on air presence begins to unravel when, before forty million listeners, he accuses popular Virginia Democratic Governor Jack Dorsey of a horrendous crime.Reaction to this startling accusation is swift and not without repercussions. Connor comes under intense pressure from network executives to recant and offer an on-air apology, neither of which he is about to make.Coincidentally, with the failure of Liberal Talk Radio, elements of the Democratic Party have hatched a treacherous plan to eliminate and replace Connor. In order to survive, Connor must face and deal with the cannibalistic tendencies of talk radio, blackmail that threatens to expose his own dirty secret, and the radical arm of the GOP itself. Here then is the novel about the world of talk radio and the true power of those who control the airwaves of America.
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ISBN: 0595321283
ISBN13: 978-0595321285
Category: Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Author: Joseph Nemie
Language: English
Publisher: iUniverse, Inc. (July 14, 2004)
Pages: 184 pages
ePUB size: 1406 kb
FB2 size: 1814 kb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 434
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I'm a Talk Radio junkie I found this only added to my addiction. Characters are right off the airwaves and the "Liddy" character is dead on in my opinion. The ending was not what I expected and that probably won't sit well with Lib's looking for political correctness. Conservative or Liberal, all are indicted. Need more just like this.
Loved the premise of the book. Talk Radio icons and their dirty little secrets. I listen to Rush but don't agree with all that I hear but this is the first book I've seen related to his industry. The Liddy character is exactly as the man himself. Very high strung from start to finish.

Elizabeth Carson