Smoke Screen

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Thorndike Press, 2003 - Fiction - 568 pages
22 Reviews
A New York Times Bestseller

Through an inexplicable series of unwanted promotions, Trevor Barnett has become the lead spokesman for the tobacco industry just as it's on the verge of extinction. Trevor becomes the target of enraged smokers, gun-toting cigarette smugglers, and a government that has been cut off from one of its largest sources of revenue. Soon it becomes clear that this has always been his function -- to take the brunt of the backlash and shield the men in power from the maelstrom they've created.

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User Review  - Lasandra Lee - Goodreads

Short, clever and laugh out loud funny at times. The story took a very controversial issue to a place only the light of heart can enjoy. Read full review

Review: Smoke Screen

User Review  - Goodreads

Short, clever and laugh out loud funny at times. The story took a very controversial issue to a place only the light of heart can enjoy. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
9
Section 3
34
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Kyle Mills was born in 1966. He moved around a lot as a child because his father was an FBI agent. He graduated college with a degree in finance and worked in a bank before becoming a writer. His first book, Rising Phoenix, took eight months to write and was published in 1997. His other works include Storming Heaven, Sphere of Influence, Fade, The Second Horseman, Lords of Corruption, Robert Ludlum's The Ares Decision, and The Immortalists. His title Robert Ludlum's the Utopia Experiment made The New York Times Best Seller List for 2013.

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