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The book is entitled "Liary" and as one critic said it: “Not since Primary Colors has a novel captured the political backstage and sexual vibe of our nation.” The story is based on Carlin Canaby, entrepreneur extraordinaire, irreverent son of an itinerant white evangelist, immutable cynic, baby-boomered, bodacious bungler and master of liary: "the craft of formatting existing information into a more positive slant, to the betterment of deserving parties." Via his own clever reputation and against his better judgment, Carlin finds himself catapulted into the world of national politics, intricately involved in constructing a third-party presidential campaign, which ends up scandalizing even his fatigued sense of morality. In the process, he stumbles upon a coalition of corporations and special interest groups out to steal the presidency of the United States, led by William Carleton Pennington, a detrimentor from his youth. What you have is a dead heat in the polls, with one man, Carlin Canaby, standing in the way of an international fiasco; a role he must pursue while accused of murder and treason.
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Jonathan (Jon Richard Cring) has traveled the United States for the last twenty-five years, a highly acclaimed public speaker, composer, playwright, and producer, winner of a Cable Space Award and head writer for the weekly comedy radio show, "Life with Style" (1,003 programs).
The author of more than eleven books, including "The Gospel According to Common Sense", he has more recently focused on the novel - I'M, and his second release, Liary.
In the novel I'M...the legend of the son of man, Jonathon champions the humanity of Jesus, weaving an intricate tale of suspense, wit, and mystery/romance into the fabric of history and tradition - the best of entertainment saturated with inspiration.
Jonathan resides in Nashville, Tennessee with his family.Review:
"A sexy spirited political romp"
"Carlin Canaby champion of smart asses"
"A bath tub will never mean the same again" --Liary.com, September 8, 2000
"Cring has captured a real life dramatic possibility"
"Sex and politics who's zoomin' who?"
"There must be LIARY 2!" --Liary.com, October 23, 2000
"Percy, Carlin, and Gammer the most fun trio since Snap, Crackle, and Pop "
"The Night Rider scene was chillingly devastating" --Liary.com, January 15, 2000
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Book Description LWS Publishers, 2000. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0970436106