Bad Publicity by Jeffrey Frank
A Novel

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In 1987, in the midst of the backstabbing, self-promotion, and lurid prose of the upcoming presidential campaign, the destinies of four people become intertwined--Charlie Ringman, his law associate Judith Grust, Democrat Hank Morriday, and publicist Candy Romulade--in a wicked satire of Washington p

About Jeffrey Frank

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Jeffrey Frank is a senior editor at "The New Yorker." Previously, he worked at "The Washington Post" and the now defunct "Washington Star." He lives in Manhattan.
Published December 30, 2003 by Simon & Schuster. 224 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment. Fiction

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Account executive Candy Romulade dithers over her “action plan” for Charlie while Rome burns, and her friend Teresa Maracopulous is too completely trapped in a dead-end assistant’s job and a dead-end marriage to a husband who actually loves her to bestir herself to any useful task.

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Judith, who is meant to be the kind of woman who cries "sexual harassment" rather than "wolf," decides to sabotage Charlie's White House chances.

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