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Meet Jack McMorrow, a hard-hitting crime reporter for the New York Times, now living in the backwoods of Maine, near the paper plant in Rumford. Jack's there to run the local paper, but when a unpopular photographer is found drowned in a nearby canal, Jack gets drawn into a complicated game that has kept members of the town silenced and in fear for their lives.
Maine may be the place where life is as it should be, but McMorrow finds out staying alive may be harder than he thought.
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By Darc on 02-04-18
Small town journalism
Deadline follows the adventures of Jack McMorrow, an investigative journalist who moves from the New York Times to rural Maine as editor of a small paper. When the body of Arthur, the paper's free-lance photographer, is found drowned in the river, Jack starts digging. He doesn’t understand why the police are calling it a suicide and are not looking further as Arthur didn't appear to be suicidal.
Jack’s investigation rubs some people the wrong way as he uncovers hidden relationships and agendas. The story has a great plot, is well written and well researched, and I found it thoroughly enjoyable.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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