Anchorman Grant Munro is at the pinnacle of a brilliant career.
Covering every story from the Kennedy assassination to the Clinton
sex scandals, Munro has won the admiration and trust of millions of
television viewers. About to turn sixty, Munro suddenly feels
threatened when a handsome and much younger colleague with little
experience vies for his anchor post. Dragged into a media circus
where tabloid values are fast becoming staples of the nightly news,
Munro must negotiate a minefield of scheming, betrayal, and greed
to hold on to the job and values he prizes. Bestselling author
Robert MacNeil, whose two previous novels have been published to
great acclaim, here turns his wit and acuity onto his home turf in
an up-to-the-minute take on an industry that affects the lives of
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