Station Break by Steve Friedman

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A gripping novel of life behind the scenes of television news introduces Mary Reed, a beautiful, ambitious reporter working in San Francisco, whose career was launched, and could be destroyed, by her interview with a right-wing fanatic.

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Steve Friedman is a writer living in New York City. He has written for GQ, Esquire, Details, and Mirabella among other publications. "From the Trade Paperback edition.
Published March 1, 1993 by St Martins Pr. 312 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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When the New Brotherhood's people inside the Presidio turn an FBI sting operation into a raging inferno that Mary's lucky enough to cover live, and when she parlays a series of swaggering phone calls from Radamacker into an exclusive on-camera interview (Radamacker's masked, but will she recogniz...

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Do-or-die San Francisco reporter Mary Reed, 25, grabs national attention when she scores an exclusive televised interview with Jerry Radamacker, the lunatic leader of a well-armed white supremacist organization.

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