Dana sits in a courtroom with her legs shackled as a long list of charges is read out, many of them dangerous. But the panic that grips her is not because she has been caught. She knows there has been a terrible mistake - she didn't commit any of these crimes. As Dana and her lover Bridger set out to clear her name and find the person who is living a blameless life of criminal excess at her expense, they begin to test the life they have built together to its limits.
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- Paperback | 416 pages
- 129 x 198 x 32mm | 336g
- 12 Feb 2009
- Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
- London, United Kingdom
- New edition
- New edition
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'Wonderful ... a truly wild read' Daily Express 'Darkly humorous depictions of how any person can be victimised by identity thieves' Sunday Times '[Boyle] is unashamedly an entertainer, peerless in his ability to swing between high and low culture' Time Out 'Talk Talk stands out as nothing short of an uncomfortable masterpiece - as simultaneously overwhelming, treacherous, beautiful and boiling over with hellacious revelation as its ultimate subject: life in twentieth-century America' Los Angeles Times
About T. C Boyle
T.C. Boyle's novels include World's End, winner of the PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction, The Tortilla Curtain, Riven Rock, A Friend of The Earth, Drop City (which was a finalist for the National Book Awards) and The Inner Circle. His stories appear regularly in most major magazines, including the New Yorker, Esquire, Playboy, Granta and the Paris Review. He lives in California.