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Neon Streets

Vin Smith

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ISBN 10: 1403334366 / ISBN 13: 9781403334367
Published by 1st Books Library, 2002
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Title: Neon Streets

Publisher: 1st Books Library

Publication Date: 2002

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good

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Cox Delaney is very successful in his father-in-law's firm. Now he knows too much. Patrice Orosco is a newly minted graduate of the University of Texas, San Antonio. She is determined to continue what has been an impressive career as a news hawk while still a student. Cox Delaney finds his life spiraling into oblivion in the course of a single night. In a startling move, Patrice accepts a post with the Cleveland Plain Dealer, far from her beloved family in McAllen, Texas, and her adopted San Antonio. Her first assignment is to write a lengthy piece about the homeless in Cleveland, a job that promises to be an exercise in despair. Little did she know she would soon be embroiled in a deadly corporate plot to track down a man who is in possession of knowledge so dangerous it threatens the very survival of a huge enterprise. Caught between frightening human degradation and high dollar greed, Patrice hooks up with the enigmatic Red Dog. Will he be her salvation, or her ruin? At once a tender love story and a thoroughly engrossing thriller, Neon Streets is filled with memorable characters that speak eloquently of the human condition.

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Vin Smith, known the world over as Dr. Piano, is the Internet's popular theosophic mystic relationship advisor. He has answered thousands of questions from people from scores of countries at AskMe.com and his own Ask Dr. Piano! An accomplished singer, pianist, and ventriloquist, Vin broke into broadcasting in 1962. He is the inventor of a breakthrough country politanradio format that fused inner city music with traditional rural sounds. He has written over 3000 musical compositions in the past fifty years. He has written extensively for magazines and newspapers. He is listed in all who's who publications for a long and distinguished career as a communicator.

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