Hunter Riley has been working his way down the ladder of success in TV News until he hits rock bottom in "podunk" Bakersfield, California. In a hilarious effort to salvage his career and resurrect his tiny station from the ratings graveyard, he hires a dancer from the local strip club to anchor the news and manufacures a crisis at an old folks home. When the crisis boils over to become a national story, Hunter is forced to choose ethics where perception is reality, and facts just get in the way of a good story.
|Publisher:||Black Tie Books|
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About the Author
Larry Brill spent most of his adult life as a TV news anchor and reporter. It is a remarkable vantage point to watch the world go by, and to try and make sense of both the tragedy and the craziness that surrounds us.
It's the craziness that captured his imagination as he transitioned into writing several novels and his acclaimed tongue-in-cheek series of life lessons based on quotes from primetime TV, song lyrics and classic Hollywood movies.