The Big Picture by Douglas Kennedy

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Identity theft may be rampant nowadays, but “The Big Picture” explores the other side of the coin — the claustrophobic notion that it is increasingly difficult for a person to disappear.
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Years after giving up his dreams of becoming a photographer for law, Ben Bradford finds his "perfect" life falling apart when his wife begins having an affair with a neighbor, a professional photographer, and Ben is suddenly faced with a dangerous choice. A first novel.
 

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Kennedy is married with two sons.
 
Published January 1, 1997 by Hyperion. 384 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Westerns. Fiction
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Reviewed by Stephen Holden on Oct 11 2012

Identity theft may be rampant nowadays, but “The Big Picture” explores the other side of the coin — the claustrophobic notion that it is increasingly difficult for a person to disappear.

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