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The LOCAL RAG

All Jim Mitchell wants to do is publish an honest newspaper – and not get killed for doing it.

UNTIL DECEMBER 4TH ONLY

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Here’s what the reviews are saying…

★★★★★ “A very well written media/political thriller. Lots of exciting scenarios, with several twists/turns and a huge set of unique characters to keep track of. This could also make another great political thriller movie, or better yet a mini TV series. A very easy rating of 5 stars.”

★★★★★”…an engrossing and exciting story that moves quickly. The narrative comes alive because the characters are three dimensional. This is a novel well worth reading. Highly recommended.”

★★★★★ “Interesting plot, fast-moving story, well-developed characters. Not only well presented but also very realistic. A whole range of characters, with all their good and bad sides. Many twists and turns, not always with a happy ending. Rod Raglin is definitely good at writing and gripping the readers’ attention from the very first page. He managed to put so many levels in this book – corruption, drugs, murder, threats, politics. Yet, there is also place for love and friendship. He not only presents his story, he challenges his readers to get actively involved, to start asking questions and reconsidering their own life decisions.”

★★★★”Raglin’s Local Rag grips us with a dose of reality not seen on most major media. His story highlights the control over the minds of the public by special money factions. Readers have only to see similarities with today.”

“…challenges readers with the ethics of seeking justice, money control, and the role of an independent media.”

“… hits the reader with the overwhelming forces in our life.”

-Tom Pope, Bookpleasures.com

 

 

Media, politics, murder, drugs, friendship,

publishing, journalism, loyalty, integrity, power,

 

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