An outspoken, brash, native New Yorker, Sammy Greene isn't afraid to ruffle a few feathers at Ellsford, her ultraconservative New England college. The host of The Hot Line, a talk radio show on campus station WELL, Sammy tackles the toughest, most controversial issues facing Ellsford's student body. When Sammy discovers the body of Dr. Burton Conrad, one of Ellsford's most esteemed professors, her journalistic drive kicks in, and she sets out to find answers to what happened to the beloved professor. But when several Ellsford students mysteriously disappear, Sammy realizes she's uncovered the seamy, terrifying underbelly of this prestigious institute of higher education.
Sammy soon stumbles onto a frightening conspiracy that threatens not just the students at Ellsford, but has the potential to turn into a worldwide threat. With the entire campus in peril and demons from her past close behind, Sammy Greene must race to find answers. Along the way, she'll discover some unlikely allies – and even more unlikely enemies. And if Sammy isn't careful, someone is going to make sure that she signs off – for good.
©2009 Deborah Shlian and Linda Reid (P)2010 Deborah Shlian and Linda Reid
An extremely amateur -- written and narrated both -- attempt at, what? A mystery? A diatribe against the religious right? A collection of leftist cliches, thrown unto the pages, in some random order?
Only redeeming social value: if you wonder what's wrong with American colleges and Universities today, this will help you understand. With kids graduating from institutions like this, maybe it's a wonder the country isn't worse off than it is -- assuming that's possible.
I am new to audiobooks- my children insisted I try it and now I am hooked. Excellent production,
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