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The Liberty Campaign (Paperback)

Author:  Jonathan Dee
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0671890859
ISBN-13: 9780671890858
Sku: 30112082
Publish Date: 4/10/2007
Pages:  284
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I served my country in France and Germany, as a soldier in the Second World War. (from the first line)
Advertising executive Gene Trowbridge is about to have his suburban paradise threatened when a scandal erupts around his long-time neighbor, Albert Ferdinand. Gene sets on to learn the truth for himself, but it proves more than he can handle. Now Gene, a man who has made a career out of selling dreams, must set a cost for the selling of the soul.
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A successful advertising executive approaching retirement, Gene Trowbridge lives a peaceful existence in a Long Island suburb, until his friendship with a reclusive neighbor forces him to make a painful ethical decisionSixty-five-year-old advertisting executive Gene Trowbridge becomes involved in a scandal that threatens his longtime next-door neighbor, Albert, and is outraged by Albert's hidden past of cruelty and suffering. Reprint.
Author Bio
Jonathan Dee
Jonathan Dee is the author of "The Lover of History". His work has appeared in "The Village Voice", "Mirabella", and "The Paris Review", where he was formerly senior editor. He lives i n New York City.


"There is something wise and still and beautiful about Jonathan Dee's portrayal of a contemporary enigma--an American businessman, successful, asessing his comfortable life when forced into an abrasive but compelling alliance with the Third World... Brings to mind Yasunari Kawabata and William Maxwell." - Mona Simpson

"Jonathan Dee's novels excite me--not with quick action, but with their mastery and precision... Dee's novels are books you can sink into." - Rick Bass

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Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0284
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