During a chance night shift on the cops beat, newsroom assistant Madeleine Harrington stumbles on the corruption story of a lifetime � a plot that would reshape the entire city. She teams up with her dad, a downtrodden columnist at the paper, to unearth the mystery. The muckrakers find the plot goes deeper � and contains more skeletons among the city�s powerbrokers � than they imagined.
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About the Author
Tony Doris is a longtime South Florida journalist. He has investigated corruption and reported on government, real estate and the law and disorder that passes for reality in the over-baked region. He grew up, though not as much as he would have liked, in New York, Boston and Brussels, Belgium, and has also lived in New Haven, Conn.; Clearwater, Fla.; and Tahiti, French Polynesia. An English major at Franklin & Marshall College, he received a master's in print journalism from Boston University.
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Dirt by Tony Doris does for the American novel what Fibernacci did for the sequence. The novel is at once funny, outragious and touching and it matters to anyone who cares about the cities we live in and the futures we share. A must-read, and a fun one, too.