Mass shootings, economic inequality, rampant corruption, an out-of-control lying, racist president…have we, as Americans, grown dangerously accustomed to a country gone insane?
JOIN Barb and John as they discuss The Fog of Insanity.
Joining the show in the second hour is national bestselling author and writer for screen and television, Peter Seth. Peter will be discussing his new book, When I Got Out.
What happens when the world you left behind and the world you never knew collide? Peter Seth explores that question in his new book, When I Got Out, a novel about a man who, after 40 years in prison, is now free to rejoin the real world.
Larry Ingber fell deeply in love once . . . and it cost him 40 years of his life. Branded “The Ivy League Killer” by the media that followed his sensational story of obsession and its consequences, Larry has at last been freed from prison and tossed into a world he barely understands. At one point, his life was brimming with promise. Now, he can barely find a job. And when Larry discovers that his lawyer has stolen the money his late parents had set aside for him, he comes very close to going off the rails.
But the world is a more mysterious place than Larry can imagine, and it has surprises in store for him that will put him in grave danger, reunite him with his past, expose him to unscrupulousness, and teach him what it is truly like to have someone who cares about you.
Peter Seth is a writer living in Los Angeles. He has written for television shows produced by Gary David Goldberg and Glenn Gordon Caron. He wrote, produced, and directed the award-winning short film Lunch with Louie, which appeared in more than 35 film festivals around the world. Peter was born in Brooklyn and raised on Long Island. He is the author of one previous novel, the national bestseller What It Was Like.
For more information, visit https://www.peterseth.com.
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