The Biggest Liar in Los Angeles

The Biggest Liar in Los Angeles

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The Biggest Liar in Los Angeles by Ken Kuhlken

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2020

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The Biggest Liar in Los Angeles

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In 1926, a weekly community newspaper reports the lynching of Tom Hickey's dear friend, yet neither police nor mainstream media admit the crime happened. Tom, a USC fullback already working day and night to support his wild teenaged sister, feels a personal and moral compulsion to investigate. He soon finds himself a one-man team facing a formidable opposing lineup: a police force known for violence and corruption; two of America's most powerful men, Harry Chandler, owner of the LA Times, and William Randolph Hearst, owner of the Examiner; and America's most dynamic and popular woman, mega-church and radio evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson.
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