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Self-made millionaire William Lasko has an eye for wealth and the ear of the President and a talent for using both to get whatever he wants. But the Economic Crimes Commission wants to bring the corrupt, untouchable Lasko down, and they enlist the services of straightlaced U.S. Attorney Christopher Paget to do it. Paget has to walk a tightrope, gathering enough evidence to nail Lasko without alienating the White House, knowing full well that men like Lasko make their own rules - including the elimination of enemies like him.
©1979 by Richard North Patterson; (P)1994 by Random House Audio Publishing, Inc., All Rights Reserved Under International and Pan-American Copyright Conventions, Reproduced by Arrangement with Random House Audio Publishing, Inc.

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  • Rob
  • Lakewood, OH, United States
  • 07-03-12

Sounds as though it was actually "phoned in"

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

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What other book might you compare The Lasko Tangent to and why?

Content: "Pelican Brief". Minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums.

What does Ken Howard bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Resonance. Minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Disappointment. Minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums.

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Somehow clean up the quality. Minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums, minimums.