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Chocolate: Earth’s only hope in a romantic scifi adventure.


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Fake
John Dedakis

Lark Chadwick #5
Strategic Media Press
September 2019
On Sale: September 1, 2019
350 pages
ISBN: 1939521769
EAN: 9781939521767
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Mystery Amateur Sleuth

When popular First Lady Rose Gannon dies suddenly (and mysteriously) during an interview with White House correspondent Lark Chadwick, Lark is thrust into the midst of a media-bashing frenzy. Lark, still reeling from the death of her photographer boyfriend, finds herself covering a grieving president struggling with his pain while trying to defuse a looming nuclear war. In the era of “fake news,” when all “facts” are suspect (and reporters are targets), Lark tries to discover the truth while also under personal attack. F

AKE is author John DeDakis’s most important and perhaps most controversial book to date. In FAKE, DeDakis, a former White House correspondent, and former CNN Senior Copy Editor, offers a real-life look behind-the-scenes at the ethical struggles of a female journalist in a #MeToo world. Protagonist Lark Chadwick is a strong-willed, strong-minded twenty-something trying to walk the line between personal feelings and dispassionate objectivity – trying to discern the difference between what’s real . . . and what’s fake.

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