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OFF THE AIR:  A Pat Cassidy Novel by E.P. Garth

OFF THE AIR: A Pat Cassidy Novel

by E.P. Garth

290 pages
Sportscaster Pat Cassidy stumbles upon 1976 political corruption in Texas.

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About the Book
When Pat Cassidy stumbles upon 1976 political corruption in Texas, he teams up with his best friend, newsman Brett Tucker. The result is murder and cover-up involving the most powerful politician in the Lone Star State.

The intrigue evolves around the fictional gubernatorial campaign of Texas billionaire Tom Calloway, the Mayor of Fort Worth, and Texas’ favorite son. In cahoots with union boss ‘Big Jake’ Riley, they conspire to steal the election for governor.

In his hometown of Fort Worth, Pat Cassidy builds a radio career after a successful amateur boxing career and a tour of duty in Vietnam. As the story begins, Pat overhears Calloway and Riley discussing their plans and confides in his friend. Brett, the WFTW Radio newshound, uncovers a source that has the goods on both Calloway and Riley. Brett’s evidence triggers a chain reaction across Texas involving murder and deceit.

 

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About the Author
After spending most of his adult life in Texas as a radio sportscaster, E. P. Garth is now teaching in Louisiana. He and his wife live on Toledo Bend Lake where they can still see Texas from their deck.

 

 

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