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Five Star, 2007 - Fiction - 385 pages
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Things were different in the 1960s: love was freer, morals were looser, protests were hotter, and America hadn't yet matured into the cynical, embittered country it is today. But some things were the same: a young man starting at the bottom at a popular magazine (Ogle, "Devoted to the Masculine Pleasure-Principle") could dream of rising through the ranks; greedy corporate bigwigs could conspire to milk their companies dry; and the solution to a problem could be summed up with one word: murder.

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Lochte is a former book columnist for the Los Angeles Times, he is a drama critic for Los Angeles Magazine. He lives in Southern California with his wife, son, and a seventy-five-pound Bouvier with the body of a bear and the soul of a poet.

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