Slow Lie Detector, a story of love and filmmaking in the heart of Death Valley, is a glimpse into the fevered career of itinerant auteur Maximilian Echs and his nurse and accidental heroine as they traverse a harrowing psychic territory, searching an ever-shifting perceptual landscape for something like a perfect ending.
|Publisher:||Equator Books Publishing|
|Edition description:||EQUATOR BOOKS PUBLISHING|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Les Plesko was born in Budapest, was educated at UCLA, and is currently an instructor in the UCLA writers program. He is the author of the novel, The Last Bongo Sunset. To date he has worked as a cotton shoveler, pool cleaner, gas station attendant, furniture refinisher, grape picker, crop-duster's flagman, ditch digger, farmhand, cemetery plot salesperson, Catholic-school English teacher, boiler-room solicitor, dispatcher, trade show consultant, country-and-western disc jockey, and freelance writer.