The Liberty Campaign by Jonathan Dee

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Sixty-five-year-old advertisting executive Gene Trowbridge becomes involved in a scandal that threatens his longtime next-door neighbor, Albert, and is outraged by Albert's hidden past of cruelty and suffering. Reprint. NYT.

About Jonathan Dee

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JONATHAN DEE is the author of "The Lover of History, The Liberty Campaign, and "St. Famous. He lives in New York City. "From the Hardcover edition.
Published January 1, 1993 by Doubleday. 272 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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As the authorities and human-rights activists close in, Ferdinand appeals to his friend for help--but Gene finds himself paralyzed, unable to act.

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Into his unchallenging existence in a placid Long Island suburb comes a man, a new neighbor, he instinctively likes and respects, only to discover that Albert Ferdinand is an illegal refugee from Brazil where once, as an army officer, he brutally tortured dozens of suspected leftists.

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