In a dystopian 1930s America, a chilling series of events leads three men down a path to uncover their city's darkest secret. At the height of the most corrupt administration in the City’s history, a mysterious duplicate file is discovered deep within the Vaults - a cavernous hall containing all of the municipal criminal justice records of the last seventy years. From here, the story follows: Arthur Puskis, the Vault’s sole, hermit-like archivist with an almost mystical faith in a system to which he has devoted his life; Frank Frings, a high-profile investigative journalist with a self-medicating reefer habit; and Ethan Poole, a socialist private eye with a penchant for blackmail.
All three men will undertake their own investigations into the dark past and uncertain future of the City - calling into question whether their most basic beliefs can be maintained in a climate of overwhelming corruption and conspiracy.
©2010 Toby Ball (P)2011 Iambik Audio Inc
Love having someone read me a story. Fires in the hearth, rain on the roof, sunny days and surf. Good friends, good food and J S Bach.
While the story line is interesting, the reader OK, listening to The Vaults, the story finished with me thinking it was incomplete. It was kind of 1950's serial style.
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