Dead Air: A Novel

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Thomas Nelson Incorporated, Jan 1, 1996 - Fiction - 352 pages
18 Reviews
On Monday, October 19, nine-year-old Jennifer calls Wes Bryant's radio talk show, "Talk About Town, " and changes his life forever. She can't tell him where she is; she can't tell him who is hurting her, but the fear in Jennifer's voice is unmistakable, and Wes is compelled by nearly forgotten convictions to discover who is abusing this child... and why.

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User Review  - Calle - Goodreads

Satanic ritual abuse was a popular moral panic in the 1980s and radio evangelist Bob Larson seems to be a self-proclaimed expert on the subject. This novel (ghost written by one of his staff) takes ... Read full review

Review: Dead Air (Dead Air #1)

User Review  - Chris - Goodreads

I hated this book. This was trash I wouldn't even shred to put in the dogs kennel as bedding. This panders to fear, stereotypes and looks so closely at child victimization in a way that seems more ... Read full review


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Bob Larson, popular author, lecturer, and commentator, hosts America's most informative radio broadcast, "TALK-BACK with Bob Larson." This one-hour program, heard weekdays live-by-satellite, features a fascinating mix of Bob's wisdom and wit. His incisive commentaries on current events are enhanced by a format of live callers and riveting guests. Bob has written twenty-five books, including three best-selling novels, "Dead Air, Abaddon", and "The Senator's Agenda". His 500-page encyclopedic handbook "Larson's Book of Cults" is a reference work used in colleges and seminaries. His other books include "Straight Answers on the New Age, Satanism: the Seduction of America's Youth, In the Name of Satan", and "UFOs and the Alien Agenda". Bob Larson has appeared on TV shows such as Oprah, Donahue, Montel, Sally Jessie, CNBC Talk-Live, Rolanda, Larry King Live, and Politically Incorrect. Through radio broadcasts, books, and public appearances, Bob reaches into the heart of society to challenge tough issues.

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