O'Connell's former lover, Robin Winters, now works for the Crane campaign, and that relationship reignites at the same time the campaign - against all odds - takes off. O'Connell also discovers an unexpected rapport with Crane himself, who shares his love of history and humble, small-town background.
Digging into a part of Thomas Crane's past that refuses to make sense, uncovering layers of truth with a growing sense of unease, O'Connell is caught in a brutal triangle, torn between personal and political passions and his commitment to the truth. His discovery and what he does about it have unexpected and cataclysmic results for himself, Robin, Crane, and the nation.
©1999 Reed Karaim; (P)2008 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Totally addicted to Audible.
I loved the narrator from Chesapeake Blue and wanted to hear more, but this book is told in first person and never really gets interesting.
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