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Under the guise of a romance, The Lyricist, explores many passionate contemporary themes, including the crippling, devastating effects of obsessive-compulsive disorder on the professional and emotional states of an individual. It explores the hollow lives that many of our politicians exist for, placing power and ambitions above all, including their family and their integrity. It further explores the reasons why men and women who appear to have it all—intellectual brilliance, money, fame and good looks, search for adventure and danger to assuage their inner demons. And finally, it brings forward the power that love has over an individual and demonstrates how passion can drive human actions.

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Published August 6, 2009 by, Inc.. 266 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Paige is a vain featherweight—it takes a sojourn in a menacing Afghan village, the novel’s best scene, to briefly dampen her narcissism—while Dylan, an improbable cross between James Bond and Andrew Lloyd Webber, is a stentorian block.

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