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Deep Background

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When reporter Levi Cole returns to his rural Texas hometown to help a colleague and married ex-girlfriend report on a murder, he finds out he's caught in a deep conspiracy. Two years after an anonymous tip helps reporter Levi Cole break one of the biggest political scandals in recent memory, the same unknown conspirators expose him for fabricating parts of his stories. After resigning from his cushy job in Dallas, Levi returns to his rural Texas Panhandle hometown to regroup and win over Kat Hallaway - the married woman and fellow reporter he left behind - by helping her cover a grisly murder. But, as Levi and Kat get close to unraveling the mystery, she is kidnapped by the killer. When Levi finally finds Kat, he learns the identity of his tormentors and how they connect to the murder. Faced with the truth, Levi must decide how far he will go to rescue the woman he loves and regain control of his life.… (more)

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I received this book as an Early Review. I have very mixed feelings about this story. It has very exciting sections that unfortunately do not prevail. There are too many long-winded scenes that could have been shortened or omitted altogether.
The story is about the fact that the main protagonists from the school know each other and have some outstanding 'bills' with their former classmates.
It is a pity that the author has thought too little of the whole and much is therefore only superficial. ( )
  Ameise1 | May 19, 2019 |
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It was fascinating to get an inside look at the impact of social media on the written print. The plot was well thought out as well as the variety of characters and their interplay. I was surprised to see the various turn of events “blurted” out by the author versus having the reader and/or the 2 journalists discover them by subtle hints buried in the plot. I may be wrong but I think the quote attributed to “Network” was, in fact, quoted in “Cool Hand Luke.” ( )
  websterj | Feb 15, 2019 |
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